How To Avoid One of the Biggest Mistakes Leaders Make in Leading Change

To introduce significant change, leaders must know when and how to cash in their “change chips”. Leaders possess a certain number of ‘change chips’, made up of credibility, respect, authority, good will and other essential leadership ingredients. You pick up change chips every time you keep your word, share credit with the team, achieve a key…

3 Times When Saying, “I Don’t Know” Is A Terrible Leadership Response

When a leader responds to a question by saying, “I don’t know”, it can reveal transparency and authenticity. But sometimes, “I don’t know” is the very worst thing you could say as a leader. Increasingly, leaders are being coached that “It’s okay to say ‘I don’t know’”. This is a largely positive trend and, in…

4 Ways To Maximize The Impact Of Last Impression Leadership

Effective leaders know the importance of making a good first impression. But sometimes overlooked is the power of making a good last impression. Your last impression is the impact you made on your most recent interaction. It’s the leadership deposit you made with a person, a team, or a group the last time you connected…

4 Ways That Predictable Leadership Can Unleash Powerful Performance

To unleash the full potential of your team, don’t underestimate the power of simple predictability in your leadership. This is not to say that boring routine is the answer. Nor is it to dismiss the role of a dynamic personality. But teams simply thrive under the kind of leadership that is rock solid, and dependable.…