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Leader’s Bookshelf

It is once again approaching the end of the year. While I was going to do something different this y...

Read This Or Else…

I am writing today, Oct. 16, from London, where I am not surprised to learn that they are unaware th...

The Meeting Trap

I get to talk with a lot of executives and teams in my business. More accurately, I get to listen to...

The Cost of an Alpha Executive

What happens when an executive gets great results, but in a manner that is destructive or even toxic...

Self-directing Teams

If “leadership” is not the most overused term in business, then it is probably “te...

Redeeming Sisyphus

Perhaps the most visceral descriptions of work (and sometimes life) I hear from managers go like thi...

That’s My Story, Part II

Last time I wrote about personal stories. This time, we are traveling to the other end of the spectr...

That’s My Story

One of my favorite faculty members at Georgetown, an executive coach with a Ph.D. in psychology, was...

LR Exec Wins Top Quality Award

It is that time of year again. Most of my clients are tying the ribbons on operating plans and budge...