Driving is a big responsibility. Every time you get behind the wheel you are responsible for the safety of yourself, the people in your car, and the other people on the road. Being careless behind the wheel can lead to huge consequences. In this final episode of the Road Trip Leadership Lessons series, Todd discusses how important it is for
Sometimes what you need most is to take a break to relax and refocus in order to be at your best. In this episode of Road Trip Leadership Lessons, Todd explains the importance and the benefits of taking a break.
Your playlist sets the tone for your day and everything you do. In this episode, Todd discusses the fact that having an inspirational playlist in life and work is just as important as having a great music playlist on a road trip.
In each episode of this series, Todd takes you on a mini road trip to deliver leadership wisdom and inspire you to lead yourself and others well. Today, in Episode 3: Relish the Scenery, Todd encourages leaders to be more aware of the positive things that are happening around them as they move through the day.
In each episode of this new video series, Todd takes you on a mini road trip to deliver leadership wisdom and inspire you to lead yourself and others well. Today, in Episode 2: Lane Awareness, Todd discusses the importance of knowing what lane you’re in as a leader by learning the goals of the people around you, keeping up with
In each episode of this new video series, Todd takes you on a mini road trip to deliver leadership wisdom and inspire you to lead yourself and others well. Today, in Episode 1: Inspiring Destination, learn the importance of knowing your destination before you start, and sharing it with others.
We loaded up the mini-van and took the five kids to San Antonio, Texas for our family vacation this past May. One of our first activities was Aquatica, the SeaWorld water park. We started out at the wave pool and then ventured our way to our first waterslide, Stingray Falls. We were drawn there by the enticing photos and catchy
THIS BLOG POST IS CONTRIBUTED BY JIM DAVIS, A LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIST AND FACILITATOR WITH LEADERSHIP INNOVATIONS. You were wrong. Flat out wrong. You promised right, but it turned left. You planned for up, but it went down. This hire was “The One”, but they left after three months. No doubt about it…wrong! So, what now? Here are some of
This blog post is contributed by Dana Schwartz, a Leadership Strategist, Coach, and Facilitator with Leadership Innovations. Search the web for “fear of failure” and you’ll find a multitude of links to articles – from inspirational quotes and simple ways to overcome it to neurological descriptions of the brain’s response to fear. As a Leadership Coach, I am intrigued to learn
My friend Eric competed in American Ninja Warriors this past week in Indianapolis. Because of the secrecy rules for television shows of this nature, the outcome is currently unknown. Eric has been dreaming and preparing for this moment for almost a year while battling stage four cancer. In fact, he has been fighting cancer for several years and keeps beating