The Wrong Leadership Question

It is the most overused question in the history of business. I remember first hearing it about a dozen years ago during the recession of 2001, and at the time I knew there was something I didn’t like about it. That sentiment has only grown

Leaders Are All Around Us

Some of our blog posts stir up more reactions than others. In this post, first posted on the Human Capital Institute’s website, Giant Leap founder Bill Treasurer argues that leadership isn’t about fame, nor is it reserved for a select few

Leadership Opportunity Fest Blog Tour

Last month, I gathered together some of my friends and fellow Berrett-Koehler authors to talk about the people who saw potential in us when we couldn’t see it in ourselves. These people opened doors of opportunity that helped us get to where we

The Power Of Courage For Women Leaders

The Power of Courage for Women Leaders originally appeared in Training and Development Magazine in their June 2013

Why Servant Leadership Is Slightly Off – And What to Do Instead

This article originally appeared on Huffington Post, by Lisa Earle McLeod. What constitutes a great leader? Is it charisma? Someone with a great vision who fearlessly leads the team up the