Articles and podcasts to support you and your team in reaching their full potential.
Omar Ha-Redeye has built a reputation for always being there when needed. The takeaway from this is simple: when you put the people you serve first, you are demonstrating excellent leadership.
Paul Magnus has been teaching leadership for 50 years and is most excited about the idea of co-leading, co-owning and co-creating as a leader.
Jack Armstrong has been a coach and television personality. But more importantly, he’s been a husband and father — and that’s where he draws his leadership learning from.
This week we’re looking at stress. Stress is always in the workplace, but there are ways to manage it, address it and actually solve it. This week we discuss what stress is and a report Leading With Nice offers to help with it.
As a leader, your job is to get results and inspire other people. The long-distance leader needs to be intentional about focusing on others while we’re leading from a distance.
Teams can have accomplishments, but are they working at a level of effectiveness where they are truly inspiring others, building loyalty and getting results as best they can? Often teams are dysfunctional at some level. This week we’re talking about the model Patrick Lencioni presented in his book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team.
This week we are looking at the process you can take when you’re looking to embark on a culture change process.
It’s springtime, the start of may here in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where I am located and that means it’s time to start doing some lawn maintenance. This is a year I decided to transition the majority of the lawn maintenance from myself to two of my three sons.
We recorded this in what would have been the end of the second or start of the third round of the NBA playoffs. I was excited to see my Toronto Raptors make a run to another championship. Which is why we talk about Kevin Durant today.
We recorded these episodes as we approach month two of the COVID-19 quarantine in Canada. The data is showing that employees – especially those with children at home – are experiencing extreme burnout. This week we discuss how employers and employees can address this situation.