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Addressing Challenges and Solving Problems: A 4-Step Approach

Each and every day, we are faced with at least one challenge—and that is probably on what many of us might consider a “light” day.  Sometimes you call it challenges, other times problems.  Whatever you call them, the idea of facing problems can be scary, but it gets...

Essential Strategies for Managing Up…And Managing Down

Leaders today are often caught in between leading and managing the employees they are responsible for and remaining accountable to their supervisor and higher ups.  Holding the capability of both managing up and managing down is a skill. I have found many executives...

The Eisenhower Decision Matrix: Important vs. Urgent

The 34th President of the United States is the subject of today’s post—and in reality, an interesting case study in what effective executive leadership, focus, and prioritization looks like when related to productivity measures. A fact: Dwight Eisenhower lived an...

Are you a Collaborative Leader?

Leadership can take on many different styles depending on the person, situation, and organization. Some leaders remain front and center and are the final decision makers. They have a heavy hand on the company and know just how they want it to be run. While this may...