Don't Play the Blame Game

Successful leaders take accountability for their actions.  They don’t play the blame game.  But if you have lived and operated in corporate life at all, you know the blame game is alive and well in most organizations.  This starts from the top down.  As the leader of a great organization,Read More →

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It’s human nature to want to trust people.  And while some have more issues with trust than others, most of us would agree that being “trustworthy” is a highly desired attribute.  But what we don’t talk about very much is how to build trust.  We assume we have it orRead More →

constant state of learning

It is now estimated that modern jobs require you to relearn 30% of skills each year.  Think about that.  Roughly every three years, you have to learn essentially everything you need to do your job all over again.  Now we know that around 30-40% of your job knowledge stays consistentRead More →

What can you learn from a whitewater expedition?  Much, I say.  I was reminded of this as I was listening to the Joshua Gagnon podcast and the leadership team was recounting stories from a teambuilding canoe trip their church leaders had taken.  As I was listening to them talk, IRead More →