Senior Curator and GeneralLeadership.com CEO, Brigadier General Michel challenges you to release your inner superhero. Each of us has the ability to find within ourselves a motivation and a drive which can compel us to face adversity and grow through an obstacle. While your courageous moment may not be taking a hill on a battlefield or breaking into the hamburger business, you face obstacles daily which provide you with the ability to test, learn and re-apply the lessons you require to stretch your courage in new directions. … Read the rest
Take a lesson from the tiny fruit-fly and apply it to your interaction within your Team…through engagement, preparation and constructive collaboration and watch your team evolve to a higher species!
Senior Curator and GeneralLeadership.com COO, Lt Col Mathew T. Fritz discusses confrontation from a fruit fly’s perspective.… Read the rest
Associate Curator and GeneralLeadership.com CGO, Colonel Chris R. Stricklin reveals a leadership lessons from a corn farmer which can yield results in every aspect of our lives.… Read the rest
A supertanker leader is one who pushes aside the normal procedures and looks at a problem from a completely different perspective. He chooses to embrace the discomfort of change and reacts by pushing through that discomfort towards a goal on the other side. The disruption in the organization causes ripples that spread behind the leader and force change rapidly to compensate for the imbalance.
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“Success is not final, failure is not fatal; it is the courage to continue that counts.”
— Winston Churchill
Senior Curator and GeneralLeadership.com COO, Lt Col Mathew T. Fritz discusses why courage is a skill. Each of us has the ability to find within ourselves a motivation and a drive which can compel us to face adversity and grow through an obstacle.
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Balance changes with different circumstances. A leader must evaluate the situation and make a decision…each and every day. What worked yesterday may be completely inappropriate for today. A leader exercises the right to stoke the fire as needed. Determining the appropriate balance to obtain the maximum performance from your team while keeping them motivated, energized and ready for the next challenge is the key to excellent leadership.
Originally published in written form: https://generalleadership.com/leadership-delicate-balance/… Read the rest
Lifelong learning leads to Lucky Leadership. Colonel Chris Levy discusses the two bags of leadership that only experience can fill.… Read the rest
Have you settled for the safety of the trenches?
Senior Curator and GeneralLeadership.com CEO, Brigadier General Michel shares leadership lessons from the safety of the trenches. … Read the rest
“Watch your thoughts, they become words;
watch your words, they become actions;
watch your actions, they become habits;
watch your habits, they become character;
watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.”
With this in mind, I challenge you to ask yourself the following questions about your leadership: “What type of seeds am I planting as a leader?”
Senior Curator and GeneralLeadership.com COO, Lt Col Mathew T. Fritz reminds discusses the leadership harvest. … Read the rest
Associate Curator and GeneralLeadership.com CGO, Colonel Chris R. Stricklin discusses the importance of friendship in leadership. … Read the rest
Senior Curator and GeneralLeadership.com COO, Lt Col Mathew T. Fritz discussed the importance of managing your leadership shadow.… Read the rest
Senior Curator and GeneralLeadership.com CEO, Brigadier General Michel shares that we must never forget that we are always serving as role models to others. No matter who you are, where you work, or what title, position, or rank you possess, you will leave your mark, for good or bad, on scores of people. Helping us all to understand why role modeling is the most powerful message we will ever send to those around us.… Read the rest
Senior Curator Matthew T. Fritz explains that insulation of a leader reduces intensity, flow or transfer of a stimulus. It can be acoustic, electrical, impact or thermal: the latter measured in R-value, or the true measure of the insulating material’s resistance. Measuring leadership R-value – that is, the amount of insulating resistance built into a team, which restricts the flow of valuable information among members—is critical for effective communication.… Read the rest
Colonel Chris P. Levy You explains you can learn almost as much about leadership from losers as you can from heroes. The good leaders in a person’s history are usually the ones that spring to mind when considering how to lead. I ask you to break from this habit and consider the leaders you would rather forget, the ones that still give you that feeling in the pit of your stomach or cause you to have nightmares. Those bad leaders can teach you what NOT to do, and those results can be just as beneficial in developing desired leadership qualities. … Read the rest
Associate Curator Colonel Chris R. Stricklin reminds us that true leadership is not found in an individual, but the individuals developed. So it is with leadership. Those who desire to become outstanding leaders must also help those around them develop leadership skills. The true measure of a leader is not just measured by success of their organization, but by the measure of leaders they influence and develop to follow in their footsteps.… Read the rest