A leader recently confided in me that he returned from a much-needed vacation to find that his business had struggled during his absence.

On a recent coaching call, my client admitted that he "lost it" with one of his team members while reviewing a project plan.

Does Success Make You Appear Better Than You Are?

These are good times. Sales are up, and business is good and improving. While this is good news, it is also a time for leaders to be vigilant.

When you lead people, you take on many roles and responsibilities. None is more important than the role of helping the people on your team grow and develop, taking their performance to the next level.

The ease and transparency of communication these days have empowered people to say and do whatever they want, whenever they want, to whomever they want. This communication style can be difficult to deal with if you are the leader of a group or organization.

An authentic leader is the same person no matter the circumstance. Who you are compared to what you present to others is always the same.

Building trust cannot be contained in a formula. Trust is a dozen small things done well, consistently, over time.

If you want to have a safe & productive workplace, effectiveness will depend on the mindset and culture you, the leader, create for your team.

Is the fear of failure or a fear of your response to failure holding them back? In this week's blog post, we discuss failing forward.

One of the greatest challenges most of us face in our daily communication with others is called the Intention/Perception Gap (The I/P Gap).