2018 Reader Review

Link Fixed.

Sorry for those of you who attempted the Reader Review Survey and found the link not working. The link is now open for anyone to use. I appreciate your feedback.

It’s 2018, and I need to hear from YOU. Would you take a few minutes (Seriously not even 5 minutes) and answer a few questions that will help me going forward?

2018 Reader Review Survey

You Will Never Find the Time

Every day you have an account with 1,440 minutes in it. If you’re getting the recommended amount of sleep per night, then you are using 480 of them on rest. Assuming you work a regular 8-hour job means that you just used another 480 on a workday. Taking away sleep and work right off the top and you’re already down to 480 minutes remaining in the day. It’s no wonder we can’t find time in the day to get things done.


Putting the Right People in the Right Place

Rudolph Giuliani is probably best known for being the mayor of New York during the attacks of 9/11, and his response during the events of 9/11 and the weeks that followed are an example of the leadership practices he put in place early on as mayor. Giuliani wrote in his book Leadership that one of the most important things a leader can do is learn the strengths of the people who work for him and then put people in a position where their strengths can be used to their fullest ability.


Your Effectiveness Comes From Your Team

Steps to Effective Delegation

You have way too much on your plate not to delegate. You’re a busy manager with a lot of responsibilities. You know that delegating is one of the most critical skills for any manager to develop. You tried to delegate, and you found that you weren’t really sure what you were doing. You’re not the first leader to try delegating and realize you don’t know what you’re doing.


Leadership Begins with Training Your Staff

How to get the best from your team

Over the years, I have seen both large and small organizations hire new employees only to see them leave because the employee didn’t know what was expected of them.  As leaders, we need to do a better job of training our new employees so they have a better idea of what of what is needed and wanted.


Leftover Leadership

A few years ago, I was in Miami with a group of people from college. After dinner, we headed to one of the malls. As we were walking into the mall, several people were panhandling on the walkway. A few of us gave them some cash, and those of us with leftovers from dinner gave them our food. This seemed like a good idea at the time, but I have to ask myself now if I’m really showing compassion to those in need by giving them my leftovers. Moreover, as a leader, I have to ask myself if I’m giving my people my leadership leftovers.