Posts Tagged ‘Leadership’

Three tips for DEI strategy

Three tips for DEI strategy

National holidays and months recognizing the tremendous contributions of individuals and groups of people provide the perfect opportunity to reflect on their legacies and how we can continue them in our own daily lives. As [...]

Stop the January work slump cycle

Stop the January work slump cycle

The new year is now in full swing. Activity is picking up at organizations as they execute their 2023 plans, with leaders at the forefront of this acceleration. However, studies have found that January is [...]

4 ways to get your week in order

4 ways to get your week in order

Sometimes it’s easy to prioritize your daily tasks. An average day usually contains at least a few things that can be pushed further down your to-do list. But what happens when you’re swamped [...]

Does your institution work like an airplane?

Does your institution work like an airplane?

People see and do things in different ways. Maybe that’s obvious, but in many workplaces, it doesn’t seem obvious. What do I mean? Well, you might have someone who loves coming up with [...]

Leadership Matters: A dose of reality for new leaders

Leadership Matters: A dose of reality for new leaders

Leadership is a confidence- and a capability-building profession. For new leaders, in particular, setbacks are inevitable. They must bravely and persistently toil to get things right, and the answers aren’t often clear-cut. Furthermore, the [...]

Great speakers make an impact

Great speakers make an impact

It’s a historical fact – great speakers change people’s hearts and minds. Just look at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech. Even watching the speech today causes a sense [...]

We are in the people business

We are in the people business

In December, I had the opportunity to attend a retirement celebration for a credit union CEO who had been an industry champion for over three decades. His credit union threw him a wonderful party and [...]

Reframe your meetings to make them more productive

Reframe your meetings to make them more productive

Some people love meetings, others certainly don’t. Regardless of your opinion, they purposefully bring people together and it’s up to leaders to ensure they are efficient and effective. In an article on Inc.[...]

How to be a better leader in 2023

How to be a better leader in 2023

There are thousands of books on leadership. I even wrote one. Each is filled with wonderful ideas about what it takes to be a great leader. But how do you take those ideas and turn [...]

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