Gen. Colin Powell Colin Powell said it well when he said“The day the soldiers stop bring you their problems is the day you stopped leading them. They have either lost confidence that you can help them or concluded that you do not care. Either case is a failure of leadership.”
Is Your Email Inbox Out Of Control?
Are you drowning in that annoyingly long email chain with co-workers in the same office? Enough is enough, break the incessant email chain today and be the office hero! Take a look at your inbox. How much communication is sent via email that would be better suited for face-to-face dialog? Let’s define the problem. The... Continue Reading →
The Normandy Landings Puts Leadership Decisions Into Perspective.
Put your challenges into perspective:
Leadership is a burden that isn’t easy to carry. It takes a person of character to carry the load. Check out my latest blog to see how the Army prepares leaders of Character.
Character: The foundation of a leader in the Army and the private sector. Do you have it
Character: The foundation of a leader in the Army and the private sector. Do you have it?
What Makes a Leader Successful? How the Army rates their officers shows an in-depth look at what it takes to be on top of the Army leadership chain.
Rangers Lead the Way and So Can your Team
Deep in the forest somewhere around Dahlonega Georgia a band of Soldiers move through the late fall night without a sound. Weapons at the ready, sweat drenched despite the cold night air they move skillfully through the night under the 100-pound packs on their back. A man in the front puts his hand up and... Continue Reading →
“Leadership is a potent combination of strategy and character. But, if you must be without one, be without strategy.” Gen. Normal Schwarzkopf
Panic on the Production Floor!!
It’s a look you never want to see in manufacturing…. The look on your crew lead’s face that reads “boss we have a problem and it is really bad”! The call came in on the radio smack dab in the middle of finishing a train of thought during a meeting. “Paul, do you have time to come... Continue Reading →
The Journey Begins
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton