Relationship skills and intentional engagement are key to effective #leadership. Here’s what that looks like in practice.
Avoiding tension and confrontation may offer some short-term relief, but sooner or later you’ll pay the price. Instead, embrace a #leadership style that addresses issues in the moment.
If you’re a people pleaser like me, you may find it difficult to have the conversations necessary to hold people accountable. Work through that discomfort to become an indispensable #leader who encourages and uplifts.
For many #leaders, a huge to-do list is a source of stress—but also a source of comfort. The busier we stay, the less time we have to look inward and examine what that never-ending list may be hiding.
10 years ago today, I became a father for the first time. And as I’ve watched my bouncing baby boy transform into a gentle, kind, and loving young man, I couldn’t be prouder.
To be able to make the tough decisions in #leadership, you must first be willing to ask yourself the tough questions—and be honest with your answers.
It’s easy to get bogged down in our own heads—but #leaders understand the power and peace that occurs when you can look outside yourself.
We’re in a better place than we were same time last year, so why do we still feel so stressed? Because we’ve reverted back to being hard on ourselves. As a #leader, you know a little grace goes a long way. Make sure you’re extending that grace to yourself
Email is always there. But if you don’t put clear boundaries on how you interact with your email, you’re falling into a dangerous cycle. #Leaders manage their email instead of letting their email manage them.