We all report to somebody. To whom do you report? A boss, an owner, your Board of Directors? Most leaders accept the reality that they must take direction from someone else in their organization. What leaders are not comfortable with is working without a clear delineation of responsibilities vis a vis the person to whom… Continue Reading Let Me Lead

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When it comes to making decisions on a team, the leader has multiple options. The default style of decision-making is often voting. Using this style, the leader asks each member of the team to declare their support or opposition, and then the leader endorses the majority view. Another common decision-making style is consensus. Unlike voting,… Continue Reading Make the Call

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The number of organizations looking to extend the choice to employees to work from home is growing daily. Remote work accounted for only 5-20% of the U.S. workforce prior to the pandemic. This percentage is likely to grow significantly as more organizations switch to a permanent full-time remote work model. A recent Gartner poll showed… Continue Reading Remote Reset

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I have a client whose company places a premium on “assuming positive intent”. At its core, this is a choice to believe that most people want the same things we do and are not plotting against us, even when they are vocal in their disagreement with our positions or proposals. When we assume positive intent,… Continue Reading Assuming Positive Intent

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