Leadership Worth Sharing Blog

Dec
02

‘Honestly’ Assess Your Leadership Skills

Are You Demonstrating the ‘Right’ Behaviors? . . . Do Others Agree? Leadership Perception vs. Leadership Reality The title of this blog deals with what I like to call ‘honest’ self-evaluation. If you’re like most, you interpret this to mean a truthful introspection of what you’re doing right and what you could do better. And, […]

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Oct
28

8 Ways to Determine to ‘Stay In the Game’ Or ‘Call It Quits!’

Even the greatest had trouble ‘calling it quits.’ Michael Jordan, Joe Montana, Muhammad Ali, Wayne Gretzky – all peak performers who struggled at the end of their careers. What motivated them to stay when it seemed obvious their thoroughbred years were behind them? That’s a great question that goes well beyond professional sports. It also […]

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Oct
07

12 Ways to Earn Respect And Trust As A Leader

Have you ever heard the mantra that respect is the cornerstone of effective leadership? If you haven’t, then I’m here to tell you it should be indelibly etched into every action you take as a leader. Think about it, do you want to work for, or associate with, people you don’t respect? Exactly, nor does […]

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Sep
21

11 Ways to Break Beyond Your Comfort Zone!

The first thing you should be asking yourself is ‘why should I want to break out of my comfort zone’? I’m comfortable! I know! Me too! But the reality is while we are on this so called Earth: We are either growing or we are dying. Now I can’t stop my body from getting older […]

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Sep
10

10 Workplace ‘Expectations’ That Do More Harm Than Good

Ok, it’s Sunday night or even Monday morning in the shower. You’re mentally going through your upcoming work week ticking off what needs to get done. Like most of us, you probably have some expectations as to how the week will go . . . the keyword being ‘expectations.’ Here’s the deal. I have discovered […]

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