Your Best As a Leader Depends on Your Questions We love answers! We want to know! Why has the term “Google It” become so popular? Because it is a quick and easy way to find answers. Type in a phrase or keyword and in a flash Google gives you results.
The Number of Employee Engagement? 70 I seem to find that number a lot. Preparing to write this, I do a Google Search for Employee Engagement and set search parameters to only list items posted in less than 24 hours. I get 70 results. Employee Engagement is the new BLACK.
Leadership Bloggers You Need to Spend Time With Besides me, of course! Kevin Kruse Kevin is the author of several books, including Employee Engagement 2.0. His background is a serial entrepreneur who has built a few companies into profitable operations that he eventually sold off. He recently founded an organization
Leadership Starts with Culture Uber’s corporate culture problems began long ago. You could probably say they began at the beginning. The corporate culture in Uber from the beginning was one of “always be hustlin’” and “stepping on toes” according to an article in BGR. In a culture that hinges on
Learning the Secret to Solving the Problems Leaders Have New Job – New Leadership Challenge It took just one month out of college to discover a secret of leadership. I had worked at WUCF-FM as a college student being as it was the campus radio station at the University of Central
If you have visited here before you may have noticed the change in the name of the blog from Discover Leadership! to Boldly Lead! There were two good reasons for this: There is a training company called Discover Leadership and I did not want people getting us confused. Boldly Lead
Just Can’t Communicate I heard Zig Ziglar tell this joke about communication many years ago. A woman meets with an attorney and says “I want to divorce my husband!“ “OK” the attorney responds, “let’s start with a few questions first.” “Like what?” she asks. “Well, do you have any grounds?”
Leadership Truly Starts at Home The Passing of a Leader My father, Paul F. Simkins, Sr., passed away recently after a year and half battle with cancer. He left a tremendous legacy in his chosen field, the Credit Union industry. He was a pioneer, helping lead the way in community
Leaders and Heroes Overcome and Stand Out The Victory of a Moment for Heroes This week we celebrated as my two youngest graduated high school. One after the other they walked from behind the curtain, accepted their diploma, and strode off the stage. It was incredibly exciting for them and
Are You a Great Listener? Have you ever run into someone who seems to an excellent listener? Did you think they must have been born with it? Truth is we are born to be lousy listeners. What listening we typically pick up tends to be determined by our training and