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

Disciplined Leadership: Tools For Your Toolbox During Times of Isolation

This is part of a series of blogs on the theme of ‘Disciplined Leadership.’ I’d like to share with you some questions I’ve received over the past few years. The answers may provide you with some “tools for your toolbox,” especially in times of isolation from other members of your team. It is all about … Read more

Disciplined Leadership: Growing Great Teams

This is part of a series of blogs on the theme of ‘Disciplined Leadership.’ Some thoughts on growing great teams and the leadership ideals that can inspire them: One person who embodied the leadership qualities of growing high performing teams that contribute to developing a Level 5 culture was the late General Colin Powell. I … Read more

Disciplined Leadership: Creating the Culture of Discipline

This is the first in a series of blogs on the theme of ‘Disciplined Leadership.’   Ask yourself: Does your company have a ‘culture of discipline’? Specifically, do you and your teammates do the right thing when no one is looking? Do you and your team gravitate towards the harder right rather than the easier … Read more