Combating COVID-19 Isolation: Working from Home Tips for New Remote Workers

March 24, 2020

The COVID-19, or Novel Coronavirus, the outbreak in early 2020 has many employers and employees suddenly thrust into an entirely new work scenario, working from home (WFH). To many, the sudden shock of going from an office filled with peers you can walk over and chat with, to sitting alone at home with your laptop,

The top 2 qualities you must have to be promoted to a leadership position

March 16, 2020

Please note that this post contains affiliate links and any sales made through such links will reward me a small commission – at no extra cost for you. It is a classic scenario- you want to move into a position of leadership, but your boss has passed you up for a promotion, again. You are

The #1 mistake leaders make when learning to coach their team

March 6, 2020

In the early years of my career I rose through the ranks pretty rapidly. I had an uncanny ability to see the big picture and work at both a high and low level. I was good, really good. Being good meant that peers began to rely heavily on my knowledge and skills. When there were

How to be grateful where you are

September 28, 2018

Joe, one of my mentors, shared a deep insight tonight. As he lay in his hospital bed he taught me how to be grateful where you are. All his life Joe has been an active person. He has traveled the world over, hiked amazing places, competed in many sports, and engaged in activities that kept

9 Critical Concepts for Leading High-Performance Teams

May 24, 2018

I just returned from WebDevStudios’ (WDS) 2018 WDS Camp, a company-wide, weeklong retreat. The annual event provides face time for a team that is distributed across the entire geographical region that is the US. As I sat on the six-hour flight home, I reflected on the past week and noticed that nine concepts continued to