Category: Leadership

Suggested Resources and an Important Invitation

https://youtu.be/wLYbpvtTR6A Suggested Resources and an Important Invitation First Some Useful Resources For Scheduling Meetings: Calendly For Listiening to Audio Books: Audible Leadership Books: Atomic Habits – James Clear Radical Candor – Kim Scott Dare to Lead – Brune Brown Excellence Wins – Horst Shultze Captivate – Vanessa Van Edwards Living Forward, Win at Work Succeed

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How the Best Leaders Practice Accountability

https://youtu.be/XQyAKzKBeXo How do you and your team view Accountability?  It is avoided or embraced? The late Wes Fesler, All-American Athlete and Hall of Fame coach, said, “Good men are bound by conscience and liberated by accountability.”    In this Leadership Nuggets episode, Chuck will address 2 essential areas of Accountability for Leaders.  The Leader Being Accountable

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Leadership Nugget: How to Create and Maintain Healthy Workplace Culture

https://youtu.be/uBJRWqrGXUM How to Create and Maintain a Healthy Workplace Culture One huge key to employee morale and productivity is a healthy workplace environment. In his best-selling book, THE ADVANTAGE, author and speaker, Patrick Lencioni wrote, “The single, greatest advantage any company can achieve is organizational health.” How healthy is your team? In this episode, Chuck

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Leadership Nugget: Future Talent Management

https://youtu.be/Xn0ekEstPms FUTURE TALENT MANAGEMENT What is your strategy for developing future leaders in your organization?  How effective is your current program?  HR Daily Advisor Contributing Editor Lin Grensing-Pophal wrote, “Companies that fail to adequately plan for future leadership position openings can find themselves in an unexpected crisis. Hiring externally is always an option, but the

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Leadership Nugget: World-Class Talent Management

https://youtu.be/0iu4Epj4jkI Talent Management   Legendary GE President Jack Welch said, “It goes without saying that no company, small or large, can win over the long run without energized employees who believe in the mission and understand how to achieve it.” In this week’s discussion, Chuck will share his thoughts and experience regarding effective Talent Management

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Leadership Nugget: Critical Components of Execution

https://youtu.be/T_iV2jiWFfk Critical Components of Execution The late Peter Drucker wrote, “Strategy is a commodity, execution is an art.” How do the best leaders equip their team to execute after Strategy has been determined?  In this third episode of Chuck’s series on the Science of Leadership, we will discuss some criteria that outstanding leaders and leadership

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Leadership Nugget: Secrets to a Winning Strategy

https://youtu.be/qrJLB4Oi_8M Secrets to a Winning Strategy   What do the greatest organizations have in common with the 2021 Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers?  The answer: A Winning Strategy.  In this Leadership Nugget episode, Chuck will briefly share 5 Essentials of a Winning Strategy for any organization.   Strategy can be defined as “the actions

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Leadership Nugget: The Art of Leadership

The Art of Leadership It happened centuries ago, but the world still talks about it with admiration and wonder.  What do you get when you mix a wide variety of personalities and backgrounds into a global leadership training course? The trainees included several commercial fishermen, a physician, a scholar, a tax auditor, and even a couple

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Leadership Nugget: The Science of Leadership

6 Essential Elements to Organizational and Team Leadership Vision: “..a word picture that tells us where we are heading.” A clear organizational Vision allows everyone we lead to know: Where we are going Why that is a preferred destination 2. Strategy, plans and, processes These tools help us transform the Vision into reality along with

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Leadership Nugget: Navigating Team Setbacks

6 Keys for Navigating Team Setbacks Be visible. “Leadership is best transferred through example.” 2. Pause. Gain some perspective. “The greatest danger in times of turbulence is not the turbulence – it is to act with yesterday’s logic.” – Peter Drucker 3. Check on the individuals that make up your team. 4. Conduct a “no-fault

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