Gung Ho Leadership

By | December 3, 2018

[December 3, 2018]  About ten years ago, a little-known book made a splash in business management circles.  The reason, I believe, was because the book’s theme was that managers must learn to be leaders if they plan on getting anything of value accomplished. Ken Blanchard and Sheldon Bowles wrote the book titled, “Gung Ho! Turn on the People… Read More »

The new U.S. Space Command: by Army Vet

By | December 2, 2018

[December 2, 2018]  Army Vet takes on the idea that a new U.S. Space Command is necessary but makes fun of the idea because its time has not yet come. Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope:  Yesterday I was flicking through the cable television channels on my old Sony Trinitron Model KV27 television set and ran… Read More »

7 Ways to Find and Develop Your Leadership Voice

By | December 2, 2018

[December 2, 2108]  Leadership voice represents a reflection of your true inner values and communication abilities that influence how you introduce yourself as a leader. It’s a powerful tool that helps you communicate your vision and achieve it, but more importantly, have an impact on other people’s lives. These seven ways will help you find and discover your… Read More »

7 Tips to Increase Your Productivity on Holidays

By | December 1, 2018

[December 1, 2018]  Working on holidays is a challenge for everyone. But it is more difficult to reach a high level of productivity during the holidays. Additionally, the employees create various strategies to complete the tasks quickly and continue the holidays. But these strategies often slow down their performance. Therefore, we have presented 7 ways to increase your… Read More »

Special Guest Blogging this Weekend

By | November 30, 2018

[November 30, 2018]  Hi readers!  This weekend, I have a special treat.  Readers of my leadership website know that I regularly accept guest blogging.  I do this to add a little flair and change the scenery.  We’ve read some really good ones; some better than what you typically find out on the Web. Please take time to read… Read More »

Leader Use of Coded Language

By | November 28, 2018

[November 28, 2018]  Many years ago I was writing one of my first evaluations of a junior officer.  Before I started, my boss gave me some advice; “Don’t use words that are overtly critical.  Use ‘bland’ language.  We will know what it means.”  In other words, in the military we use coded language that says one thing but… Read More »