Spread The Love: Three Qualities That Help Distribute Leadership

Spread The Love: Three Qualities That Help Distribute Leadership   “I don’t know what you’ve heard, but Joe is part of the problem.” Sandy lowered her voice and leaned in so only I could hear her. “I mean he’s great; he’s really inspiring. But it seems like maybe he’s too good of a leader, I don’t [...]

Spread The Love: Three Qualities That Help Distribute Leadership2016-11-28T05:22:48+00:00

HOW? The Question Of Ingenuity

 How?   What a powerful question. Yet when it comes to the big six (who, what, when, where, why, how), I think "how" is underrated. Sure, all the big six are important. But "how" gets to the core of ingenuity and execution. If you want better results, the question "how" should occupy your thoughts and actions. [...]

HOW? The Question Of Ingenuity2016-11-14T05:38:43+00:00

3 Strategies To Help Dial Down Emotional Reactivity (Part 2)

Get Scaffolding That Supports You   This post is the second part of a two-part series on emotional reactivity. You can read part one, here. -- It's our responsibility to reduce the severity and frequency of our negative reactions to emotional triggers. We do this by developing a set of strategic supports (scaffolding). This scaffolding creates [...]

3 Strategies To Help Dial Down Emotional Reactivity (Part 2)2016-11-07T06:36:19+00:00

Want a leader-centered culture? You need these three qualities, everywhere

You don't glob all the mustard or ketchup on one part of your hot dog, do you? No, you distribute it all over. And that's exactly how leading should happen in an organization.   [Tweet "Distributed leadership is a high-quality, high-ingenuity interaction between people that leads to creative-solution making. @davefleming360"]   Who doesn't want more of that? Well, to [...]

Want a leader-centered culture? You need these three qualities, everywhere2016-11-04T09:16:46+00:00

Can You Cultivate Genius?

Talent hits a target no one else can hit; Genius hits a target no one else can see. Arthur Schopenhauer Schopenhauer's words remind us that talent is earned. You earn it through practice, time, dedication and grit. But what about genius? Is genius earned or endowed? Is genius a quality of an "outlier" or a [...]

Can You Cultivate Genius?2016-11-02T12:16:54+00:00

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