Everyone seems to despise meetings these days. And for good reason. Countless hours are spent holding our top-paid executives hostage, often spending more time than necessary and including people who really don't need to be there. Meetings, however, are a reality for all businesses. The challenge leaders face is to ensure that each meeting they hold is great. The good news is that any leader can hold a great meeting by taking three simple steps.Read More
A Leader's primary role is to ensure that a group of people produce a desired outcome. To accomplish this goal, a leader must encourage their team by setting a clear vision. The vision may be a short-term goal, such as a meeting agenda, or a long-term goal such as a five year plan. No matter what the goal, the vision is essential for motivating a team and getting others on board. Some leaders, however, appear to suffer from LADD - Leadership Attention Deficit Disorder.
Leadership Attention Deficit Disorder often manifests itself in three different ares:Read More