Tag: leadership

E706: Stop Expecting Complete Perfection

Focus on the big picture and don’t sweat the middle.  

E699: Good Leadership Takes Practice

Becoming a successful leaderĀ takes deliberate practice.   Get your free Beat access to Builders Grid here.    

E664: Focus On The Right Stuff

Focus on the right stuff to build your successful business.  

E659: Leadership Versus Management

Leaders lead people, managers manage tasks.

E644: Working On Your Business

Are you spending adequate time working on your business?  

E549: Leading By Example

To build an Elite organization you need to be a leader, not a manager.   Leadership builds elite teams Managers get work done Managers keep things organized Leaders develop teams that can accomplish great things Be a leader, not a manager Often people get promoted to management and think “no more late nights” Leaders burn …

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E544: Avoid The Busy-ness

Start running your business and avoiding the busy-ness.     How do you manage your business or team? Do you micro-manage Do you find yourself doing it not delegating it Do you spend more time leading or doing? Don’t get trapped in your busy-ness Want to build an elite business or team – you need …

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E519: Holding People Accountable

Great leaders inspire their teams and hold them accountable.   Leading a business or team is an art We have to guide people We have to make sure thingsĀ get done We have to create results Great leaders set people up for success We must provide clear expectations Give them the tools they need to succeed …

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E414: Leadership Style And Your Culture

A solid management team should be congruent in their management style.   There are many types of leaders Authoritarian / Paternalistic / Democratic / Laissez-faire / Transactional / Transformational Each type will have an impact on your company culture Your style should match your vision Create the leadership that builds your business Best is democratic …

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E249: Congruent Leadership

Are you sending mixed signals to your project teams and employees?

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