Monthly Archives: October 2021

Beginners Essential Guide to Executive Coaching

By | October 30, 2021

[October 30, 2021]  Executive coaching is a professional development activity that can be beneficial for both leaders and their employees. If you’re considering hiring an executive coach for your organization, you’ll want to learn more about what they do and how they can help. What is Executive Coaching? Executive coaching is a professional development activity that helps leaders… Read More »

On Being Thick-Skinned

By | October 28, 2021

[October 28, 2021]  A well-known characteristic of great leaders is a thick-skinned personality. This is only possible when the leader is one that possesses extensive, broadly-based, and relevant experiences. Yet, this does not necessarily mean the leader is arrogant or uncaring. In the best of leaders, being thick-skinned means also being humble and optimistic. Being thick skinned means… Read More »

Book Signing Success

By | October 25, 2021

[October 25, 2021]  This past Saturday, I conducted a book signing at a local restaurant, the beautiful Historic Smithville Inn.  Thanks to owner Tony Coppola for granting permission for and hosting this event.  My wife and I had a great time and met many new people, several veterans, and saw many friends and neighbors. The event’s success is… Read More »

Self-Awareness and Success

By | October 24, 2021

[October 24, 2021]  For the past several weeks, I’ve put extra emphasis on the importance of character in leadership. Today’s article is no exception.  But I would like to take a different twist and discuss how crucial self-awareness is for personal growth and success with others. Leadership today involves navigating some of the most difficult situations without any… Read More »

Creating Unity

By | October 23, 2021

[October 23, 2021] Over the past few years, we have witnessed leaders of several countries who failed decisively to unite their nations.  Socialist leaders do a better job, although they typically use brute force – or threat of force – to achieve that end.  Political leaders in democratic nations generally have a more complex environment to creating unity. … Read More »