- How to make a decision like Ike. Eisenhower’s thought process explained.
- Should leaders consider speed to be the end all be all? We have to remember, speed kills.
- Leaders, sometimes it is not only OK to be ruthless, but it is essential
- A complete look at how Benjamin Franklin got things done. Worth study and imitation.
- Ignore emotional intelligence at your own risk.
- How to follow your dreams: Step 1 – Don’t Take Rejection Personally.
- Mark Zuckerberg studies Mandarin. Should you?
- “What I dream of is an art of balance…an art which could be for every mental worker, for the businessman as well as the man of letters.” – Matisse. An essay and the artist at work.
- Did F. Scott Fitzgerald innovate football?
- And, in case you were wondering, here’s why you will be carving pumpkins this weekend.
Zealot leaders can be left, right, or center; they can be complete revolutionaries or staunch traditionalists. It doesn’t matter. In my Inc.com column I explain the 3 pitfalls of Zealot Leadership.
“Muddling through” is a crucial pragmatic leadership skill. In my recent Inc.com article I discuss President Obama’s tactical use of muddling. Read it here.
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You can enhance others by coaching–but coaching requires concrete skills.
Yael Bacharach, in an illuminating article published on Inc.com, has defined those concrete skills. Here’s the article–it’s a informative, enjoyable read.
Intellectuals scoffed at Eisenhower during his time in office. Now his leadership style seems like genius. See my article on Eisenhower and humility in my Inc.com column here.