Developing a Scorecard for a position in your organization is a great way to make sure you find the right person for the job and the organization.… Read More WHO is one of your first HOW Questions: Scorecard
Define your WHO in the same way you define your WHAT and your HOW to find the right people (those A-Players) who can help realize your goals.… Read More WHO is one of your first HOW Questions
Continuing to define your HOW (Your Values) in a way that is honest and true to the shared motivation. So you draw the best talent and customers to you. … Read More Defining your HOW (Your Values), Part 2
Now that you know your WHY it is time to define your HOW (Your Values) so that you can make sure that everyone is pulling in the same direction for the same reason.… Read More Defining your HOW (Your Values), Part 1
Even the answer to a question or the invitation for an opinion needs a WHY. Knowing the WHY of an answer is the difference between reaching your goal and walking around a round room looking for the corner. … Read More Know their WHY (Motivation/Driver)
The key to successful leadership is to find ways to inspire people to follow a shared WHY. Having a clear vision that resonates with others, is effectively communicated and executed is critical to success. The WHY must be authentic, consistent and always reflected in HOW you do WHAT you do.… Read More Start with WHY for Leaders
Why are two of the most influential books that I ever read, which were written by one of the most famous and beloved American authors, virtually unknown to most people?… Read More The Most Influential Book You Never Heard Of
The longest journey starts with the first step. WHY you are taking that first step matters immensely in ensuring your success on the journey.
Knowing your WHY (your motivation) and using it to build your plan around your WHY is the first step to success.… Read More Start with Your WHY (Your Motivation)
My passion is helping teams and companies become highly successful. Usually by turning change and disruption into opportunity, specifically through the practice of what I call Agile Leadership.
The Agile Leadership Practice is the practice of building an organization that can lead itself by bringing stakeholders into the WHY of their mission, helping them participate in the HOW and empowering them to decide on the WHAT while keeping them focused on The One Thing.… Read More Welcome to the Agile Leadership Practice