How do you perform on dark, rainy nights?
As we seek to build greater trust in the relationships that matter, we must also deal with people who don’t deserve our trust. At least not yet, and maybe never.
The first C of trustworthiness: Character. The question being asked of you: “Do you walk your talk?” If you walk your talk, you have integrity. Honesty is aligning your words with reality. Integrity is acting in accordance with your words. When you don’t walk your talk, you’re a hypocrite. People can be hypocritical for a
The biggest communication problem for leaders is the presumption it has occurred. “I sent the email to the team; they got the word.” “I gave the speech; they heard me.” “I explained it to him on the phone; he gets it.” They don’t get it. At least not yet. Why not? You’ve been thinking about
Ahhhh, another New Year. New beginnings. A chance to rededicate ourselves to the people and goals we value most. The internet is flooded with advice. I’ll add mine to the pile. What will make the biggest difference for you in 2019 — people or things? If you answered, “things,” this post won’t be much help.