Strength-based practice involves identifying a client’s strengths and building on them to create a reliable foundation for dealing with conflict or reaching future goals. There’s enough proof–and enough anecdotal evidence in my own life–that a strength-based approach works.
This condition has many names: leadership blinders, delusion, and narcissism, just to name a few. Unfortunately, this can be to your detriment as people will withhold vital feedback essential to your success.
Many leaders can be good–but only the very select few can be great. What are the things that make truly spectacular leaders the way they are?
The proof of leadership, its true measure, is not about being assigned, appointed to, or awarded with leadership. It is about action, not position.
6 Battle-Tested Leadership Lessons from the Navy SEALs with commentary by Michael Hyatt on the book, How U.S. Navy SEALSs Lead and Win by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin.
When you lead a company, as opposed to just running it, one of your key responsibilities is managing the mindset of the organization.
In the land of Milk and Honey, there was once a first time CEO who founded a company that he intended to become a gamechanger. And it was. The CEO did all the right things, or so he thought.
As an entrepreneur, I’m always looking for an edge. So when I learned last year about a new trend called biohacking – the practice of treating your body like a machine for optimal performance.
He is widely regarded as one of the most successful industrial leaders of the modern age, having increased the value of GE by some 4000% to several hundred billion during his tenure.
To help you get above the fray, I have collected the following 17 daily affirmations for leaders. They may seem simple, and they are, but they’re also very powerful.