Why introverts make incredible leaders (and what you can learn from them)

Why introverts make incredible leaders (and what you can learn from them)

When we think of leadership, we often think of the bold, the charismatic, the loud. Meanwhile, the word introvert brings to mind qualities like shy, socially awkward, wallflower or insecure. But, as a society, we’ve got it all wrong. Introverts are not necessarily shy or socially awkward or insecure. In fact, I know several people,Continue Reading

5 steps to choose your next career move

5 steps to choose your next career move

Have you ever looked around at your career and wondered if you’re on the right path? Or, maybe you know you’d like to make a change but you’re just not sure how to go about it. Taking the time to assess where you are in your career is an extremely valuable exercise. Even if you’reContinue Reading

failure

How to approach failure intelligently

Let’s all just get on board with failure, shall we? We’ve talked about it before — as leaders, we often feel a pressure to be flawless. To get it right the first time and, if we do have flaws, to cover them as best we can. However, that’s not only a nearly impossible ideal, it’sContinue Reading

How to shift from directive leadership to decisive leadership

How to shift from directive leadership to decisive leadership

Making decisions is an art. Making them fast, with grace – style even – is something that leaders everywhere aspire to achieve. We all have an image in our minds about a strong, charismatic leader who makes decisions off the side of their desk, solving problems in an instant. I want to challenge that idea.Continue Reading