When In Charge, Take Charge — What That Means For Leaders

One of our Big Six Leadership Principles® is “When in charge, take charge.” How does that apply in day-to-day operations? It doesn’t mean you always need to be out front ...

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Speaking Last and the Nominative Group Technique

You may have encountered this situation before: you’re in a meeting, and the team leader seems to be using it as an opportunity to remind everyone who is running ...

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The Three Perspectives of “You” – Leadership Journey of Discovery, Part 3

Consider your role and how others see you. In doing so, you will discover the three perspectives of “You”. You’ll find, too, that these three ...

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Palm Tree or Fir Tree? What’s Your Decision Tree?

One of the hardest lessons I’ve learned as a leader is embodied in The Big Six® principle, “Trust and Empower.” It wasn’t that I didn’t want to empower others; yet, I ...

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Set the Azimuth

An azimuth is defined as an angular measurement between an observer and a point of interest. It’s a concept used in navigation, astronomy, engineering, mapping, mining, ...

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Listen

One of the most important Big Six® principles is developing the practice of truly listening. Many of us have been raised to believe that the more you say, and the louder ...

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