Teaming is Hard Work!

Great teams take time to develop. For seven years I traveled around the world as a member of the U.S. High Diving Team, diving from heights that scaled to over 100 feet into small pools that were only 10 feet deep. If we didn’t team well together

Functional and Dysfunctional Leadership

If you’re aim is to be an effective leader, you need to be crystal clear about the differences between functional and dysfunctional leadership. It all comes down to getting the right blend of confidence and humility. We consider leaders functional

Five Key Characteristics of Goals That Motivate

As a leader, you want to set clear and achievable benchmarks for your team. Consider these five key characteristics to create goals that motivate! 1.     Clarity Clear goals are SMART: Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Realistic, and

How to Have the Courage to Embrace Millennials and Succeed

Keep Calm and have the courage to Maximize Millennial Power Guest post by Dan Negroni Millennials are the Power. In the next decade, they will be the most prevalent and dominant generation in the workplace. Technology is changing the world at hyper

Leading Change in Your Organization

Great leaders are able to ignite change in their organizations and effectively combat the resistance that often keeps changes from being implemented. Though resistance is a natural and inevitable part of the change process, it still gets in the