A Leader’s Most Important Job

Posted by on Apr 18, 2016 | One Comment

On the first day of my son’s Spring break, I woke up to 3 inches of snow.  Everything was blanketed in white, electrified by the morning sun.  By lunchtime it was gone, as if it were a mirage. Could it be that all transformation is similar?  That one day we’re one way – believing we’re capable of […]

How Focused is Your Feedback?

Posted by on May 4, 2015 | 2 Comments

In a world with so much stimulus and in our businesses that require we pay attention to so many different things, the ability to focus the attention for those we lead is critical. They cannot read our minds. They need to know what we want them to see in order to see it.

You Can Transform Too

Posted by on Aug 11, 2014 | No Comments

Last night I was looking at my kiddos beat-up shoes, and realized that it’s time for our annual trip to REI.  Given that he’s a nine-year-old-boy, we need something fairly indestructible, so shoes are one of the few things for which I set aside my thrifty ways. It’s funny how certain things can bring up vivid memories […]

Your Role in Transformation

Posted by on Feb 4, 2014 | 3 Comments

On Sunday, it was in the high 40’s.  The ground was clear and it was warm enough to go outside with just a vest on.  Today the world I see outside my window is blanketed in thick, frozen, fluff.  The trees, the telephone wires, the roofs, the fences – everything – covered.  It is truly […]

To Transform in an Instant

Posted by on Sep 5, 2013 | No Comments

Last night I took my kiddo, Jeremy, shoe shopping at REI.  Given that he’s an eight-year-old-boy, we needed something fairly indestructible, so shoes are one thing for which I set aside my thrifty ways.  With school on the horizon and the end of summer approaching, my son is totally stir-crazy, and as I walked into […]