Don’t Get Caught With Your Pants (on Fire) Down

This post covers the fourth of six leadership mistakes and how to fix them. In the past few weeks, we’ve covered excuse-making, bad manners, and ego problems; now it’s time to talk about lying. When people are found out as liars, the word spreads like wildfire. This can literally destroy your career. All you have […] See More

April 12, 2017


In my ongoing series of blogs about the importance of having trust as a cornerstone of your organization, I’ve talked about how to encourage workers to trust each other, how to encourage them to trust you, and how to build trust with workers who are not physically present. Today I want to talk about something […] See More

November 18, 2015