Top 5 Things I Learned Leading Teams for Over 25 Years

Today I started thinking about what are the most important things I have learned about leadership over the last 25 years. I have led large teams, small teams, project teams, departments, business teams, sports team, international teams, virtual teams and local teams.

I have written, coached and trained on leadership for the past 5 years, which […]

By |April 2nd, 2019|Leadership Mantra|0 Comments

Why You Need To Lead More And Manage Less

Practically every coaching client that I deal with who is having a hard time either because they are feeling overwork or overwhelmed are struggling with the same problem.

They are spending too much time managing and not enough time leading. Management is about the day to day grind, dealing with issues, reacting to situations.

It’s a tough job, one that […]

By |April 1st, 2019|Leadership Mantra|0 Comments

An Introduction to Computer Forensics

Computers have been
around for a while now, and we are all used to computers invading just about
every aspect of our lives. Micro-computers tell us how well we slept last night
or remind us to check our blood pressure. Smart home computers ensure our homes
are comfortable, and many of us work on a computer all day long. […]

By |March 29th, 2019|Leadership Mantra|0 Comments

Building and Growing Your Business to Compete Successfully

As long as you’ve got a
good idea and the funds to start it launching your new business venture is
relatively easy. The difficult part comes a little later when you need to
sustain and grow your business. If you’re in this position right now, you’re in
the right place. Here is a list of some of the things […]

By |March 29th, 2019|Leadership Mantra|0 Comments

5 Things I Wish I’d Known Before Becoming a Leader

In a coaching session a client they asked me, “what were the main things I wish I’d known that would have helped me become a better leader sooner”. 

This got me thinking about my first real leadership role, which was over 25 years ago when I took over the lead on a Project that I had […]

By |March 24th, 2019|Leadership Mantra|0 Comments

3 Keys To Starting a Business with Student Loan Debt

When growing your small business, there are a lot of factors to balance to stay afloat. Between acquiring clients and keeping your finances in check, things like the culture of your workplace can be forgotten. Although it can be hard to see how fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace can impact your business’s bottom line, […]

By |March 20th, 2019|Leadership Mantra|0 Comments

How to Decide on What Type of Higher Education You Should Pursue

Finding your calling in life is never a straight line. You may pursue
something, and one day come to the realization that it wasn’t exactly what you
should have done. So, how exactly should you decide on the type of higher
education that you should pursue? Why should you even obtain an undergraduate
degree or a masters for that […]

By |March 19th, 2019|Leadership Mantra|0 Comments

6 Mistakes Rookie Leaders Make

The transition from technical expert to first-time leader is a difficult step and one that causes many to stumble and fail. I know this from personal experience.

In fact, I initially struggled to get the respect of my team, almost lost control and failed to deliver the project I was leading. Fortunately, I had a very supportive manager […]

By |March 18th, 2019|Leadership Mantra|0 Comments

How Group Collaboration at Work Improves Productivity

While many
workers are forced to compete against each other as individuals, collaborative
projects can help to increase productivity as well as having a number of benefits for your employee’s mental
health. Many workers feel isolated at work, which leads to low motivation and
negative mindsets; collaborative work can change this by being inclusive and
allowing people to work together […]

By |March 4th, 2019|Leadership Mantra|0 Comments

How to Deal with Difficult Employees

Whether as a manager or a coworker, at some point in time almost
everyone will have to deal with a difficult employee. There are many ways to
deal with difficult people such as transferring them, firing them or in some
way simply removing the issue. In other cases, however, the difficult employee
may actually be an effective and valuable […]

By |March 4th, 2019|Guest|0 Comments