As a hobby of sorts, I attend a number of major college athletic events every year. I suppose I do so in an effort to be in the presence of greatness — and I am rarely disappointed.
For years (make that decades) and regardless of where I wind up sitting in the stadium or arena, I have found myself in close proximity to vocal expertise. (more…)[ Read More + ]
Arguably there are more documented insights on the topic of trust than any other. There are definitions of trust, quotes about trust, poems about trust, synonyms for trust and so very many contributors that have developed “three key secrets” or “four simple steps” that (if implemented) will produce trust. (more…)[ Read More + ]
There are four steps to Situational Leadership®, but the first one (Identify the specific task) is undeniably the most critical. In fact, oftentimes, when I am facilitating a workshop, I tell participants if they can figure out a way to master Step 1, they can sleep through the rest of the class and still become better leaders! (more…)[ Read More + ]
There are models that (for whatever reason) take simple things and make them complicated. Conversely, there are models that take highly complex things and at least give you a place to start. In that regard and in the spirit of simplicity and execution, we present our advice on how to leverage Situational Leadership® in a coaching conversation. Our intention is to share a practical, repeatable process that at least has the potential to get your coaching conversations off on the right foot. (more…)[ Read More + ]