A couple of years ago I had the opportunity to travel to Bangalore, India for the first time to do some leadership development work with a group of people from around the world. On one of our days off, we had the opportunity as a group to go on a walking tour of the city. The purpose of the dayRead More →

TVH is an international parts distribution company that I work for on a consistent basis providing leadership development.  Every time I pull in or out of the parking lot, I see people walking.  I quickly discovered that these were employees walking around the enormous distribution center.  As I have interacted with the staff and walked throughout the building I haveRead More →

The two most common attributes that followers desire in their leaders are confidence and humility.  Unfortunately, Leaders that are too confident run the risk of being labeled cocky or prideful.  On the other hand, if there is too much humility in leadership there is a risk of being perceived as a pushover, or weak.  The answer to the challenge isRead More →