Do you continuously find yourself reading, listening to informational programs, taking courses, pursuing new life experiences, formal training experiences or pursuing a graduate degree? Have you been perplexed by your continuous thirst for knowledge? If so, you are not alone.
Executive leaders need to be focused on the future value of the firm as a first priority. Future value ultimately defines the executive leader’s legacy and is the location of their accountability.
What is your number one asset as a business leader? Let me suggest that it’s YOU! The greatest impact you can have on your business is that which is first formed in you. Your overall leadership will never surpass your self-leadership.
If leaders are made, not born, what role might assessments play in leadership development? When it comes to learning, our assessment of ourselves—what we know and don’t know, skills we have and don’t have—can be woefully inaccurate.
Why would a king need other people? In Ecclesiastes 4:12, a powerful king named Solomon wrote that two are better than one, and a cord of three strands cannot be broken. The Greek word Ecclesiastes indicates that the writer wanted to “call an assembly”. He had some important things to say.