Archive for the Teamwork Category

Energize Your Leadership – The Why Will Produce The How

Do you ever feel like you just don’t have enough energy to do the things that you want to do because you are spending all of it on the things you have to do?  Finding the energy to make it through everyday is hard enough and finding the energy to pour into others as a […]


Leading The Starbucks Way – Part 3; Challenge Your Legacy

Wow!  This has been the longest stretch without posting here since I started this blog two years ago.  Between travelling, trying to get my book published and moving into a new office, I just had to say NO to a few things.  But now it’s back to business.  Let’s start by wrapping up our discussion on […]


What Are You Willing To Sacrifice In Order To Grow?

Friday night I attended a “Gold Rush” season premier party.  For those of you not familiar with the show, it revolves around three groups of gold miners chasing their dream to find the elusive shiny mineral and strike it rich. Part of my interest in the Discovery Channel hit is that I personally know some […]


It Is Character That Defines “The Heart Of Leadership”

I have long been a fan of Mark Miller‘s work and when I found out I had the opportunity to be on the launch team for his new book “The Heart of Leadership” I couldn’t wait to write this review. If you have read any of Miller’s recent work, you know that he has a […]


Boundaries For Leaders – Part 3: High Performance Teams

I recently finished reading Boundaries For Leaders – Results, Relationships and Being Ridiculously In Charge by Dr. Henry Cloud.  Twenty years after he co-authored “Boundaries – When to Say Yes, How to Say No to Take Control of Your Life” Dr. Cloud brings a fresh look to how boundaries relate more specifically to leadership. Dr. […]


The Myths Of Creativity – Who’s Idea Is It Anyway?

I have been having a lot of fun being part of the launch team for “The Myths of Creativity – The Truth About How Innovative Companies And People Really Generate Great Ideas” by David Burkus.  I never really put much thought into the idea of innovation and creativity … or did I? Burkus has totally […]