This is what I have observed over the last twelve months as an executive coach and what I predict is on the horizon for leaders.
Why CEOs are Moving Towards a Team Approach for Executive Leadership
Is your executive leadership, a group or a team? The differences are distinct. A team approach to executive leadership can yield incredible results.
What You Need to Know About Hiring an Executive Coach
So, you want to unlock your potential as a leader or develop the capabilities of the leaders in your organization. How do you know if you need a consultant or a coach? How do you go about finding a professional who’s the right fit? And what can you expect from the...
This is Killing Your Gross Profit
When working with groups and teams, the framework I use for evaluating and coaching them is The Six Conditions of Team Effectiveness (created by Richard Hackman, Ruth Wageman, and Erin Lehman). One of the outcomes of effective teams is high quality group processes....
Unlocking High Performance with Jason Lauritsen
Work is a relationship. The attributes that drive engagement in the workplace happen to be the same qualities people look for in personal relationships: Feeling valued and cared for. A sense of trust and appreciation. So, what if we treated team members the same way...
Six Habits Successful People Have in Common
I’m still feeling high from the training I hosted for 18 wildly-talented leaders a couple weeks ago. We talked a lot about leadership behaviors and the power of habit. We went deep on the neuroscience of change and the fact that what differentiates us from our...
The Narrowing Brilliance Margin: A Wake-Up Call for First Time Executives
If you work in corporate America, chances are you have been taught to aspire to be promoted regularly and that you should seek out the counsel of, and work to become like, the executives at your organization.