Leaders…you are always being watched..sometimes on television

A sports story from this weekend’s LPGA tournament caught my attention.  And yep, you guessed it, another leadership lesson from the golf course (Phil Mickelson also gave us one of those recently).  This week’s story however isn’t as positive as our last lesson.  LPGA member Juli Inkster was disqualified from the Safeway Classic on SaturdayContinue reading “Leaders…you are always being watched..sometimes on television”

A Gloved Apology…Leadership Lessons from the Golf Course

Quick Quiz:  When was the last time you did something – intentional or by mere accident – that required an apology?  More importantly, when is the last time you said “I’m sorry.”? These two words can be some of the hardest to say; yet they are two words that can work magic in the circlesContinue reading “A Gloved Apology…Leadership Lessons from the Golf Course”

New Managers: Do you have these four skills in your toolkit?

Congratulations!  You made it.  You got the promotion.  You finally earned the title you’ve had your sights set on.  Now what? The truth is many new managers experience a real challenge in finding their niche in their new role. The primary reason for frustration is understanding that the skills that earned the promotion are notContinue reading “New Managers: Do you have these four skills in your toolkit?”

Four Tips To Keep Your Head on Straight

When was the last time this thought went through your brain, “If he is late one more time, that’s it, I’ll blow my top!”? It’s the classic scenario of how difficult it can sometimes be to remain the leader you want and need to be in the workplace. However, we can’t escape the brutal facts:Continue reading “Four Tips To Keep Your Head on Straight”