How might your self-care transform your ability to lead?
This is an extremely simple and elegant framework for identifying what needs to be done to get better results.
Anyone who juggles a large number of important activities often experiences transitions. Effectively managing this makes a great difference in the quality of your performance. Here are three tips on how to do that well.
Reporting from the Grand Canyon, here are two tools I use in the Visionary Leadership Academy (VLA): (1) the 3 Circles of Self-balance, and (2) the the 3 Circles of Visionary Leadership.
Discussing “marquee customers” with Bill Lee, who runs the Center for Customer Engagement, and puts on the annual Summit on Customer Engagement.
The 3 elements of visionary leadership: self-transformation, strategic foresight, and leading change.
Your body is your primary tool for receiving information from your environment and for communicating. Take the time to build and develop peak physique for maximum leadership effectiveness.
General Stanley McChrystal’s book, Team of Teams, remains one of the best books on how to transform your organization so it shifts the focus from efficiency (which remains important but not primary) to adapting to complexity and continuous change. Stories are riveting. Lessons are clearly detailed. Addresses issues that include communication, trust, moving from silos …
I am always impressed when one of my CEO clients is a facilitation buff. The results they create are consistently great because they know the how of getting people to work together. I put together a primer on facilitation recently. If you would like a free copy, drop me a line and let me know: …
Have you ever had difficulty getting new ideas to stick? Try using frames. In this short video I give an example of how.