Category Archives: Values

Advice to Leaders: Building Trust is a Journey, Not a Destination

“So, Randy, how long does this whole process take?” That was a question from a senior executive with whom I was recently working. His company is proactively working to build a culture of trust and engagement, something few organizations do … Continue reading

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Get Real! 7 Keys to Develop Leadership Authenticity

Hey leader…get real! It’s time to quit trying to be something you aren’t. It’s time to be authentic. Authenticity is an essential component of being a trustworthy leader. People are longing to follow leaders who are sincere and genuine, and … Continue reading

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Santa Reveals His 7 Secrets for Building a High Performing Team

Toiling in anonymity for 364 days of the year in the far reaches of the North Pole is the highest performing team known to man. This team labors all year in preparation for the one night when their work is … Continue reading

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4 Timeless Principles About Building Trustful Relationships

In relationships, time is our most precious, non-renewable resource. It takes large doses of time to develop the rich, lasting, trustful relationships that we all desire, even if we’re afraid to admit it. It’s much easier to settle for surface … Continue reading

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Do You Have the Constitution to Lead?

Do you have the constitution to lead? Leadership is a demanding activity that can test your mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical constitution. But that’s not the kind of constitution to which I’m referring. I’m talking about a document like the … Continue reading

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