Deep, Long-Lasting, Meaningful Work

How do some athletes and artists stay dedicated to their craft over many years, even decades? And throughout that time, how do they continue to improve, and turn in game-changing performances and create break-through works of art? In their book, Peak Performance, Brad Stulberg and Steve Magness explore how some individuals are able to find[…]

3 Tips for Improving Decision Making

You walk into the conference room for your fourth meeting of the day. It’s a cross-functional committee and you’ve been tasked with making a big decision. You’re pretty sure the committee made a decision during last week’s meeting, and you’re hopeful today’s topic is focused on execution. After all, a solution was discussed thoroughly and[…]

Z to A of Leadership (Q to O)

  Photo by: Ben Sutherland There’s a lot to be said for keeping it simple. That’s why each week we’re exploring just three words related to leadership in our Z to A of Leadership series. Why did we start with Z, you might ask? Because great leaders start with the end in mind. Q is[…]

Z to A of Leadership: R through T

  Photo by: Ben Sutherland     With theories, strategies and advice from experts that you must use, being a good leader can feel really difficult. But, there’s a lot to be said for keeping it simple. That’s why each week we’re exploring three words in our Z to A of Leadership series. Each week[…]

Four Easy Ways to Improve Your Development

  It’s back to school week in many cities around the United States. As kids and teachers make their way back into the classroom, we can all use the “back to school” mentality to get a fresh start when it comes to our professional development as leaders. Take the back to school momentum and apply[…]