Yearly Archives: 2017

How To Choose A Keynote Speaker

Keynote speakers can make or break an event. An effective keynote or conference speaker will not only meet the objectives of your event, but they will successfully engage your audience and provide valuable information that can be easily applied. A poor keynote speaker will fail to connect with your business’s objectives and leave the audience

12 Principles Of Personal Leadership: Principle 11—Relentlessly Positive

Do you see the glass as “half empty” or “half full”? Every day we decide how we will approach life in general and daily events and problems that we encounter. We can get up in the morning and choose to have a positive approach or a negative outlook, or we can make no decision about

12 Principles Of Personal Leadership: Principle 10 – Know Yourself

What Kind of Leader Are You? Inside each of us lies the potential for good and evil. This is evident when you look at various leaders throughout history. Some have displayed incredible evil, allowing their greed and/or disdain for groups of people or nations to cause harm to millions. Many of these ruthless “leaders” didn’t

Where Leadership Begins

Leaders are goal-oriented people.  As such, they have high expectations for themselves and turn their attention to the world around them in anticipation of tackling tough tasks that will allow them to achieve the goals they have set.  They often focus on taking their associates, employees, or organizations to new heights, but they often fail

12 Principles Of Personal Leadership: Principle 9—The Importance Of Having Meaningful Relationships

What is a meaningful relationship? It is a relationship based on mutual love and affection between two people that provides happiness and pleasure. This type of relationship can be between husband and wife, parent and child, siblings, close friends, or even distant relatives. These relationships are essential for all human beings. They provide us with

12 Principles Of Personal Leadership: Principle 8 – Simple Diversions

Do you feel like your life is all work and no play? Not only is that an unfulfilling way to go through life, it can also make us self-absorbed and miserable with few true friends and an absence of real fulfillment. The problem with being obsessed with your career or other accomplishments is that they

6 Things To Consider When Choosing The Right Business Consultant For Your Organization

If you are a business owner searching for business consultants, you will find no shortage of them! But how do you sift through the various options to find the best consultant for your specific needs? Finding the Best Business Consultant in Cleveland for Your Needs Every organization is different, so it is worth doing some

Five Servant Leadership Qualities Successful Organizations Possess

One aspect of leadership development that I enjoy most is servant-leadership. Even though the example of servant-leadership goes back at least two thousand years, the modern servant-leadership movement was launched by Robert K. Greenleaf in a publication in 1970 titled The Servant as Leader. It is based on a value system that “[t]he servant-leader is servant

How To Combat The Negative Power Of Complaining

Whining. Carping. Bellyaching. Kvetching. Whatever you call it, we've all done it, and we've all been around others who have done it. Sometimes it is even good to do it. However, when complaining becomes unproductive, counterproductive, or habitual, it becomes a problem that must be addressed. That's because complaining can take a toll on us

Tips For Making Good Decisions

Last month, President Trump announced that his administration is going to pull the United States out of the Paris climate agreement. It was certainly a bold decision, for while many in the United States applauded it, many other Americans and governments throughout the international community objected. As is often the case with decisions of this

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