Leadership Lesson: Lack of context in any situation can hold us back, and everyone involved can lose out if it’s not provided—or considered.
If we’re the one taking in information without the proper context, we might miss the bigger picture. If we’re the one providing the information, not providing the proper context can cost us what we want.
The influence for this post was a career preparation event I attended…
There are many interpretations of what confidence might be, but there is one misconception that exists in the connection between confidence and insecurity: Many believe that a confident person does not have insecurities, but the truth is this is false.
To support that that belief is a falsehood, one interpretation of confidence states it is merely a reflection of the knowledge and understanding which a person has in themselves. So…
Leadership Lesson: If you don’t take advantage of the skills and knowledge your people want to contribute, they’ll burn out because they have no platform in which to burn off that energy.
Are you Burnt Out Bored? So much of your talent, not only not taken for granted but not taken…at all. You might have been hired or brought into a position that you now feel doesn’t necessarily tap into your true ability and…
One of the underlying foundations of being a leader is the ability to harness everything that is at one’s disposal.
One should be ready to utilize everything in their environment, both that which is obvious and that which is not, to improve and grow that mission with which they are entrusted or toward which they are working. We should be ready to take advantage of tools…
“Volunteers are not paid—not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless.”
— Author Unknown
Never underestimate the power of volunteering—the ability to step up, be proactive, and provide your skill set, time, and dedication to the cause at hand without seeking compensation or setting quid pro quo expectations. The cause can be a charity—which most people would consider the traditional benefactor of…
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