This month, I’m featuring a unique video that I created to help review some leadership essentials. I invite you to view and share this lesson with others.
From the time I started Leadership Works in 1982, it was a dream of mine to write and publish a book. Over the next almost 30 years, I mentally wrote the book, identifying and collecting my 50 most powerful leadership lessons.
In December, I was honored to be interviewed for the Honolulu Star Advertiser's Akamai Money section, which seeks to answer questions about business in Hawaii.
Many believe that the number 13 brings bad luck. So, let’s look at 13 things we can do as leaders to “flip” 2013 into a very lucky year!
Deb and I just got back from a three and a half week trip to Guam, Saipan, and Japan. Most of the time was spent teaching, with occasional breaks for fun and time with friends. On the last leg of our trip, we spent nine days in Tokyo.
Japan is a fascinating country! Everywhere we went, there were valuable lessons on leadership and service.
On this day dedicated to showing appreciation, leaders say thank you for:
This year I turned 30. Meaning, this year marks the 30th anniversary of my training and consulting practice. It's been a fun, exciting and rewarding adventure.
The following is a list of attributes and behaviors that a good boss possess that was adapted from a 1931 letter from John Kellogg (Kellogg Company) to his son, John, Jr.
As you read through the list, check off those items you are doing and leave blank those that you need to work on:
__ Get plenty of sleep and recreation.
There is a Japanese saying that goes, “Okage sama de,” which translates into “I am what I am because of you.”