Posts Tagged ‘leadership’

8 Culture Building Questions

If you want to create a culture that fosters engagement, here are eight culture building questions to get you started. Answer these questions on your own. Ask your team members to answer them too. Then, get together and have a conversation about culture you have, the own you collectively want, and the gap you need…

Read More

Questions to Avoid the Lawnmower Leader Trap

Being a lawnmower leader can hold your people back. Don’t get us wrong. A leaders job is to remove obstacles, but not every obstacle. Leaders should help their people, but not do the work for them. The difference can be subtle at times, but the impact is huge.  You can read our article on not…

Read More

7 Gifts that Great Leaders Give to Their People

If you want to give  your team a gift of true value, give them the gift of a great leader.  No, this gift isn’t wrapped in a fancy package. There is no one moment of surprise as the ribbon is untied. This gift is parceled out in small ways, everyday. It won’t break the bank…

Read More

7 Gifts that Great Leaders Give to Their People

Throughout the year and around the world, various occasions are marked with the giving of gifts. For many, exchanging presents is not merely tradition; it is an outward sign of one’s appreciation for another. Much time, energy, and effort is put into finding the perfect gift. The gift-giving practice often extends to the workplace where…

Read More

25 Item Mentorship Assessment

Great mentors take the time to reflect on their strengths and work to improve shortcomings.  This 25 item assessment provides you a chance to reflect on your mentorship abilities and to identify opportunities to get better. Below is a PDF version that you can download, use, and share. Patrick LeddinI try to be a catalyst…

Read More

8 Behaviors of Highly Abundant Leaders

Dare to be an abundant leader. Use this tool to consider your mindset and actions. Ask yourself if others see these behaviors in you? Download, use, and share a PDF of the tool (see below). Patrick LeddinI try to be a catalyst for change and improvement. Some of my ideas are spot-on, many are works…

Read More