Climbing the Ladder of Success

Everyone wants to be successful. We all want to believe that we have reached the pinnacle that gives us admiration, respect, and most of all, success. There is nothing wrong with that if it is for the right reason and done within the right parameters. Those who reach the top of the latter of success by breaking the rules, rarely stay there. [bctt …

Face to Face

  Communication has taken on a new definition in recent years. Technology has made it possible, and even more convenient, to interact socially without ever physically seeing each other. Email and texting have replaced normal conversation. One problem is that those forms of communicating can easily be misunderstood. As a result, many people simply do not know how to properly …

Project Hoarders

Most high impact leaders are “project hoarders”. This is the irresistible urge to hang on to every piece of authority and the ownership of every project or initiative. I’ve fallen into this trap many times. [bctt tweet=”“Project Hoarders”. The irresistible urge to hang on to every piece of authority and the ownership of every project or initiative.” username=””] A new …

Stress Fractures of a Leader

Have you ever noticed how different it is to be the leader? Not only do you have the responsibility for your actions, but also for those following you. Followers have strong opinions about how the leader should lead. They critique your decisions and are quick to make public any misgivings you may have. When you work with a team like this, it causes added stress …

Millennials – Getting Your Team Off The Same Page

We have begun to research this important piece needed for successful teams, and quite honestly it’s not as negative as you may think. Millennials are GREATLY different than any other generation, but not necessarily in a bad way. [bctt tweet=”Millennials are GREATLY different than any other generation, but not necessarily in a bad way.” username=”rodneyagan”] We are in a new …