Archives for March 2016

Some Obvious Advice and “The Dark Playground”

Remember the old adage of “How do you eat an elephant?”  Answer:  “One bite at a time!”  But how do you get those massive projects started?   Check out this obvious, but worthwhile advice in this one-page article from Inc Magazine. …and if today isn’t the day to stop procrastinating, soothe your conscience by taking fifteen… [Continue Reading]

Linking Business Performance to KPIs – Professionally and Personally

Every business leader needs to organize a set of KPIs. These KPIs have two purposes: 1) track the progress of business, and 2) motivate the organization to s t r e t c h, and achieve its maximum performance. Where Do You Start? Begin with a few KPIs; five is a good number. Choose KPIs… [Continue Reading]

The Core of Leadership – Trust

Trust is the glue that holds our leadership together.  In a world of science and big data, we’d like to be able to reduce “trust” to an equation; but according to master marketer Seth Godin, that level of objectivity is not to be expected.  Godin suggests that “trust” comes from some uniquely human (and, therefore, subjective)… [Continue Reading]