To make resolutions that matter, don’t look forward. Look back.
We often dream about all the things we’ll do once we retire. What we don’t think about is how much might not like it when we get there.
Part of my job involves reviewing and rewriting custom-designed leadership profiles at major corporations…
Given our addiction to measurement – and its value – you would think that we would be more attuned to measuring “soft-side” values.
The stories that we tell about ourselves can turn into traps.
A key to developing yourself is setting — and achieving — meaningful goals for personal change
To find out how you come across at work, check in with the people at home.
Remember the character Gordon Gekko in the movie Wall Street? Michael Douglas won an Oscar for his portrayal of this rude, larcenous wheeler-dealer. Well, I worked with a real-life investment banker…
To build a better organization – or family, we need to account for the soft-side values.
In his debut column, the world’s top executive coach explains why half of what a leader says may not be worth saying.