Lessons From Churchill

Lessons From Churchill

  Sir Winston Churchill was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in 1940-1945 and again 1951-1955.  Winston Churchill exemplified key leadership skills during his reign as Prime Minister.  He was a great leader when the stakes were high.  Here are some lessons we can...
Lead Well: The Number One Leadership Principle

Lead Well: The Number One Leadership Principle

The Best Leaders, Lead Themselves Well So let me ask; would you follow you? The best leaders I have known lead themselves well.  Here are examples of behaviors of those who lead themselves well: They lead themselves well What does this involve?  You must be...
The 3 R’s of Leadership

The 3 R’s of Leadership

These skills are important if you want to be a successful leader.  To be able to lead others, you must lead yourself well. The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. Max DePree Click To Tweet Reality Max DePree states that the first responsibility of a...
Interview Don’ts

Interview Don’ts

You only have a few minutes to make a good first impression.  When interviewing for a job, here are my top things I think you shouldn’t do. Don’t show up late. Make sure you give yourself plenty of time so you aren’t late and you don’t arrive ...
How To Make A Good First Impression

How To Make A Good First Impression

  The first few minutes when you meet someone are critical.  You only get one first impression.  Strive to improve these essentials in making a good first impression. Handshake Don’t have your hands in your pocket. Make sure your handshake is firm and your thumb...
7 Failure Factors

7 Failure Factors

Everyone has failures.  We take risks and we can fail.  We learn and grow from failures.  What we don’t want is self-inflicted failure.  These are some essentials that help you mitigate failure.  Many times when we see failure, the person might be lacking in one...