The best leaders love growth – they want to grow their organizations, their people and their influence. One of the keys that enables this growth is the leader’s ability to create capacity.
This is the next installment in a weekly series in which I attempt to answer a question from a leader somewhere in the world. Today, I want to speak to an issue that the best leaders consider often. Today’s Challenge: What should I STOP doing?
Each Friday, I attempt to answer a question submitted by a leader from somewhere in the world. This is part two on the topic of focus. (If you missed Part 1, here's the link.) This week, Today’s Challenge: How do I (as the leader) maintain focus?
One of the things I’ve noticed over the years is that the best leaders know how to close the sale – they are able to move people to action. It seems like the “action” is almost always preceded by a call to action. How good are you at this critical part of leadership?
As you think about your childhood, can you remember going by car to some exciting destination? Okay, maybe it wasn’t exciting, but you were in the car and you asked the question that kids have been asking since Henry Ford produced the Model T – “Are we there yet?”