The Day I Wasn’t Courageous

courage versus fear

Morning weddings are more vibrant than those held in the afternoon. In the morning, flowers radiate with more intensity, people smile wider, and the sun is more forgiving. In Jacksonville, Florida, where summer temperatures can reach into the 90s

How to Manage Your Boss

management training

In my work as a leadership development professional, I am fortunate to work with a lot of young leaders. I’ve noticed that when emerging leaders move into management positions, they often fret about how they will manage and motivate their direct

5 Strategies to Address Conflict as a Manager

conflict at work

Part of being a leader is dealing with conflict. Conflict is inevitable. Members of your team will disagree with you or with each other. Conflict can be actually be an impetus for change if handled correctly. It can offer opportunities for change

The Case Against Intuition

By Nat Greene The following is an original blog post, based on lessons and concepts in Nat Greene’s new book Stop Guessing When facing tough problems, many leaders encourage their team’s ideas to spring forth in the hopes that one or two really

Getting to Acceptance

Over the course of your career, you’re bound to have a few startling setbacks. In my new book, A Leadership Kick in the Ass, I explain why setbacks and failures often provide valuable lessons that can actually enhance your career. The trick is