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Today's Challenge: Can I Trust You?

People do not follow leaders they do not trust. If you and I are trustworthy, we’ve jumped a significant hurdle on the path to effective leadership. It we are not seen as trustworthy, no amount of skill will suffice. If your heart is not right, no one cares about your skills. Today’s Challenge question is… How do you build trust?

Today's Challenge: Reality

As organizations grow, it is increasingly difficult for leaders to stay in touch with the real world. Many leaders understand this unintended consequence of growth and battle against it. Others, less attentive, can gradually lose site of reality. Today’s Challenge: How does a leader stay grounded in reality?

How Do You Increase a Person's "Want To?"

What makes some people care more about their work than others? This is a question leaders have probably been asking since the beginning of time. I believe the answer is multi-faceted – some factors may even be unknowable. However, one element guaranteed to increase a person’s “want to” is ownership. And, the more people have a sense of shared ownership, the more remarkable the results.

7 Ways to Build Trust

One of my favorite people on the planet is Jack Lannom. His organization helps companies put "People First."  Jack has had a tremendous impact on my life and my family. I first met Jack through an audio program entitled Memory Genius. If you get nothing else from this post, check out that program. It can change your life.

Guard Your Heart!

My upcoming book, The Heart of Leadership is built upon a simple premise. Unless your heart is right, no one cares about your skills. This may sound harsh, but it's true. If people don’t trust our heart, they don’t trust us. If they don’t trust us – they won’t follow our leadership.

Today's Challenge: I Don't Trust You

Each Friday, I respond to a question submitted by a leader. Today’s question comes from a leader who wants to delegate to someone but does not trust him/her. On the surface, this may seem like an easy question to answer, but I’m wondering what the real issue may be. I think we’ve got to ask a few more questions before jumping to a conclusion.


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