Category Archives: Information

Hiring and Employing “Tainted” Leaders

By | January 14, 2014

[January 14, 2014]  In the U.S. national news lately we have seen what many call a “corruption of leadership” because senior leaders have considered hiring or currently employ “tainted” leaders to assist them.  Basic leadership requires the establishment of trust and confidence with whom we associate.  When leaders employ or consider employing other tainted leaders, this can put… Read More »

Improving on Respect in the Workplace

By | January 13, 2014

[January 13, 2014]  Respect is one of those workplace conditions that impacts directly on the ability of an organization to function, to accomplish its mission, and its leadership to succeed.  Respect cannot be purchased, it cannot be willed into place, and it cannot be repaired easily if damaged.  Once an organization has lost respect among its employees, changing… Read More »

Senior-Level Servant Leadership

By | January 10, 2014

by guest blogger Rick Howe  [January 10, 2014]  Although not typically thought of this way, servant leadership can be essential for senior leaders to successfully navigate in complex, fast-paced environments.   Servant leadership is a leadership style that puts the needs of others first and encourages maximum development of people.  This may seem a misnomer, but this is not… Read More »

Intelligence and Leadership

By | January 6, 2014

[January 06, 2014]  Many people say that great leadership is possible because those leaders possess extraordinary intelligence.  While there are those who are not in full agreement with this view, being intelligent certainly makes leadership easier. Normally people think of intelligence as cognitive intelligence; intelligence measured in the form of technical skills, a first-rate memory, and high IQ. … Read More »