Good or Well?
All too frequently company leaders feel that if they do enough good that their bottom line will sort of magically do well, and the cause and effect just isn’t that certain. read more
The Kitchen Table Test
There's no shortage of important metrics available to track success, but the simplicity and self-awareness required in this "rubber meets the road" approach captured me. read more
Oz never did give nothin’ to the Tin Man
That he didn’t, didn’t already have read more
Who Gets the Credit?
There’s no limit to what can be done if it doesn’t matter who gets the credit. When I first heard that statement I was a college student and the audacity of that statement began forming a philosophy of servant leadership that I’ve tried to live by. read more
What's the Difference?
Your audience is much more aware of the high-level motivators that drive you. More than ever, they understand what makes you tick and what you have set out to do. read more