Can You Spot the Intangible Leaders in Your Organization?

Did you know there are leaders on your team that are diamonds in the rough?

They don’t bring those coveted results and yet, there is just something about them that makes you appreciate them and want to keep them around – you just can’t pinpoint their contribution accurately though.

Intangibles leaders are those who bring value to your team but whose potential is obviously not reached.

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How the Mighty Fall


I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Leadership isn’t for cowards. Those who pursue leadership are putting themselves in a position where:   They will be criticized They will have a target on their back They will be scrutinized They will have more responsibility than they can handle Their failures will most likely…

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4 Types of People in The World


There is a very powerful scene in the beginning of the movie American Sniper, where Chris Kyles’ father (Wayne Kyle) instructs his sons at the diner table one evening. His little speech went like this:   “There are three types of people in this world: sheep, wolves, and sheepdogs. Some people prefer to believe that…

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Why Small Businesses Need Big Leadership


  “Everything rises and falls on leadership.” – John C. Maxwell   I’ve noticed a mindset problem with a lot of small business or home-business entrepreneurs that I’d like to address. It has to do with how their perspective on the importance of leadership in relation to their business. Like the above quote states, EVERYTHING…

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No Guts, No Glory!


  I’m going to start this blog with a breakthrough revelation: Good leadership requires courage. O.K. Maybe I exaggerated. This is probably not a revelation. You probably already knew this. In fact, you probably just went, “Well, Duh!”   And yet, we tend to take the value of courageous leadership for granted, don’t we? I mean, we…

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