Leading with Trust

3 Ways to Create Trust with Millennials in the Workplace Today

The following is a guest post by Dan Negroni, author of the newly released book Chasing Relevance: 6 Steps to Understand, Engage, and Maximize Next Generation Leaders in the Workplace. Millennials will be 75% of your workforce in… Read More

Will Dropping the Occasional F-Bomb Help You Build Trust at Work?

I’ll be upfront with you about my viewpoint on profanity; I’m not a fan. I don’t mind the occasional use of a mild curse word, but chronic use of profanity, especially the heavy-duty vulgar words, comes across as… Read More

9 Habits of Trustworthy Leaders

habit [hab-it], noun — an acquired behavior pattern regularly followed until it has become almost involuntary Habits…we all have them, don’t we? Some are good for us and help us live healthier and happier lives. Others aren’t so good… Read More

Before Trusting Someone You Must Confront These 4 Uncomfortable Truths

No one disagrees that trust is an indispensable ingredient of strong, healthy relationships. In the workplace, high levels of trust increase productivity, efficiency, innovation, and profitability. When trust is low or absent, people avoid risk, decisions are questioned,… Read More

Leaders – Quit Trying to be Fair and Do This Instead

Complete the following statement: “I’m being fair because I treat everyone the ______ .” You’ve probably heard this statement many times from the leaders you’ve had in your career and you’ve likely said it yourself from time to time. The… Read More

Got Ethics? The 5 Principles of Ethical Leaders

There is only one place where people don’t have any problems—the cemetery. Dead people don’t have any problems, but for people like you and me, we’ve got problems! The question is, do we have ethics? Do we have the… Read More

3 Sacrifices Leaders Must Make for Their People

Tomorrow’s Memorial Day holiday has me thinking about sacrifice. We’ve set aside this day in the United States to remember all the people who have died while serving in our armed forces. Flags decorate the grave stones of… Read More

The #1 Thing New Managers Need to Know

I remember the first time I became a manager, close to 25 years ago. I had established myself as one of the top performers in a team of about a dozen people and was promoted into a supervisory… Read More

3 Lessons on Trust and Commitment From a High School Baseball Player

“A verbal commitment is an invisible handshake.” That was the response Jack Dashwood, a local high school baseball player, gave to a reporter when asked why he honored his verbal commitment to play baseball at U.C. Santa Barbara (the… Read More

How to Avoid the Biggest Mistake Leaders Make

Over 1,400 people were presented a list of common leadership mistakes and were asked to select the top five. Two of them stood out clearly from the rest: Not providing appropriate feedback was chosen by 82%, with failing… Read More

The Top Thing I Wished I’d Known When I Became a Manager

 I remember the first time I became a manager, close to 25 years ago. I had established myself as one of the top performers in a team of about a dozen people and was promoted into a supervisory… Read More

4 Essential Skills Every New Manager Needs to Learn

Becoming a manager for the first time is a significant career milestone. It is both exciting and nerve-wracking stepping into a role where you are now responsible for others and not just yourself. Most people who are promoted to… Read More

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