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 ofRead 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 →