You can recognize true leadership by how a person responds to one of these three tests. How do you do when faced with these challenges?
Is it good to be “larger than life”? It can be if you know the best way to do it. It will make you an in demand, encore performer.
Here are the hopes I have for all of us as we celebrate Thanksgiving.
The “doors” of your business are all the ways prospects and customers enter into doing business with you. The welcome or they warn. That’s why you need to give them careful attention.
Titles are often desired and can be useful, but they don’t make someone a leader, nor should they keep anyone from leading. Find out why you don’t need a title to be a leader.
Independent and chain bookstores are working hard to survive. It is a tough time to be a bookseller. I want bookstores to succeed in a new world where so many books are sold online. In a perfect world, I prefer bricks and mortar and digital. I’ve been a long time fan of Barnes & Noble.…
Leaders communicate with gravitas to be heard and taken seriously. The problem is that common language and hyperbole don’t help. That’s why you need to crush the Jedi Master who have superpowers.
Do you think that once you become really good there is no need to get better? Learn why the status quo is a myth (and what happens if you don’t keep getting better).
Leadership keynote speaker Mark Sanborn explains seven leadership lies that you need to stop believing to become a better leader.
Mark Sanborn, keynote leadership speaker, explains five things you might be doing that your employees hate (but won’t tell you about).