A five year old is in critical condition after a hit and run.
My client had a 20 yr old intern. He attended his funeral this past week. He was hit by a car.
Another Maryland police officer is dead after a senseless act of crime.
A longtime family friend’s wife, 37 years old, just underwent emergency surgery, and found out she was riddled with cancer.
These are real scenarios that I have heard about in the last 48 hours. I am sure you could add to this list of similar scenarios…as could I. Continue reading “Today?”
I was recently in a meeting and someone asked me, “What is your leadership methodology?” Honestly, I thought to myself, “Huh?” But instead I asked, “what do you mean by methodology? You mean what do I think makes a good leader? How do I coach a potential leader?” I got, “you know what I mean.” Well, actually I didn’t, but I did get a moment of clarity. I don’t have a singular methodology when working with individuals or businesses on leadership nor will I ever. Why? Simple and well known. Every individual and business is different. Furthermore, I have yet to come up with a new methodology that surpasses the fundamentals of human engagement. In my blog post Crazy Busy? Create T.I.M.E, I outlined the core of my beliefs on leadership but thought I would elaborate on what I think makes a good leader. Could you call it a methadology? I suppose if you wanted to sound like an expert of sorts or claim that you or I came up with it. Both of which would rarely be true. The reality is it’s mostly known, unfortunately not widely practiced. Easy read….in bullet form.
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