Failure Speak

No one in senior leadership wants to explain to their stakeholders why they either fell short or failed to achieve the organization’s strategic plan. The dreaded speech that no one likes to give, I call “Failure Speak,” comes in a variety of forms and typically goes something like this: When we came close to achieving¬† […]

Wanted: Courageous Leaders

We Lack Courageous Leaders In Business Today So what defines a courageous leader, and how do we know if we are courageous? Leadership courage is best defined as the ability of a leader to act boldly, decisively, and ethically in the face of challenges, uncertainty, and adversity. It involves taking calculated risks, making difficult decisions, […]

Strategic Leadership: It’s Not Just For Leaders Anymore

Not too long ago, there was a day in business when everything revolved around the leadership team. Strategy, planning, decision, and policy-making were all critical activities that happened exclusively at the top for the benefit and consumption of those leaders. And training was no different, primarily focused on leaders alone or leaders going first. That’s […]