The Road to Adaptive Leadership Starts Here

My latest book, “The Power of Being All In,” is now available! One of the key aspects covered is Adaptive leadership … the skill set of taking leadership principles and applying them to the world that we’re in now, not the world that we used to be in. That’s what this new book is about. … Read more

The Practical Tools You’ll Find in The Power of Being All In

The tools that are in “The Power of Being All In,” are comprehensive. These tools cover a wide range of capabilities.   First is setting your Azimuth — your direction, your true north in yourself and in your team … with your mission, your intent, your values, and your culture. The second tool is built … Read more

What Does “The Power of Being All In” Bring to the Table?

For those who have read “We’re All In,” which I released in 2017, my new book, “The Power of Being All In,” is a much more in-depth look at the qualities of adaptive leadership. I explain in the video below:   The Power of Being All In includes conversations detailing the experiences of 14 other … Read more

Balancing Act: Balancing the Personal and the Professional

“Balancing the Personal and Professional” is one of The Big Six Leadership Principles®, but what does that really mean? Healthy cultures are cultures where people understand the importance of living according to their values. If you map out what you do during the course of a day or week and compare it to your personal … Read more

Disciplined Leadership: Low-Value Meetings Vs High-Value Meetings

This is part of a series of blogs on the theme of ‘Disciplined Leadership.’ Low-Value Meetings are caused by people not valuing one another’s time. These meetings are also indicators of a number of negative factors in your current culture. People often believe that if they can get everybody together in some forum at the … Read more