What’s the difference between hard and soft skills? Why is it important to develop both? Guest writer Frank Hamilton shares these important considerations.Read More
Strategic Discipline Blog
As a leader and/or manager, how responsible are you?Read More
It’s this simple. If you can’t scale leadership you can’t grow your business.Read More
Most of us struggle to get out of our comfort zone. Yet it’s the one thing, done frequently that can dramatically transform our performance.
A recent article by McKinsey & Company, one of the most prestigious consulting firms, Why Leadership-Development programs fail, notes four major reasons leadership development programs fail. Many of the reasons focus directly on the leadership program.
Leadership training is more than just setting up programs to train and develop your future leaders. It begins with how you train your people to be leaders in your present operating disciplines. Let me share the four mistake areas from the article and share how Gazelles Coaches and Positioning Systems treat these to prevent leadership-development failures.
When Jack Welsh was at GE he had a philosophy to have less people, paid more with a lower total wage cost.
“Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody ever does anything about it,“ is a quote attributed to Mark Twain.
We would all like to make better decisions. Would it surprise you to know that how you go about making a decision will have little to do with how your decision turns out? All the time spent agonizing on making the proper choice has little bearing on whether or not it will turnout being the right decision.