Leadership Tips

4 Ways to Elevate Purpose continuing – Mike Henry

2015-07-16T11:34:23+00:00

4) Serve others- It is good to do something for which there is no profit.  Creates more energy for change. Mike will co-facilitate with Mark Tedford Further Focus at tomorrows 6/24 breakfast in order to help us dig deeper into the concept of Elevate Purpose

4 Ways to Elevate Purpose continuing – Mike Henry2015-07-16T11:34:23+00:00

4 Ways to Elevate Purpose continuing – Mike Henry

2015-07-16T11:32:51+00:00

3) Trust Others.  This is a beautiful litmus test.  Good people even fail in the area of trust, then make restitution.  Trust eliminates friction between us.  The toughest challenges prove us out.  The stronger the metal the stronger the flame!

4 Ways to Elevate Purpose continuing – Mike Henry2015-07-16T11:32:51+00:00

4 Ways to Elevate Purpose continuing – Mike Henry

2015-07-16T11:28:56+00:00

2)  Repect and appreciate people.  We are all FRAGILE - Handle with care.  Remember, everyone is a volunteer at a certain level.  When you are respected you give your best energy.  Character based leadership is connecting with my personhood, not position or performance, to the personhood of another person - creating energy and change.  MK

4 Ways to Elevate Purpose continuing – Mike Henry2015-07-16T11:28:56+00:00

Four Ways To Elevate Purpose – Mike Henry

2015-08-16T03:46:21+00:00

"IF YOU ARE NOT CHANGING SOMETHING YOU DON'T NEED A LEADER. WE DON'T NEED ANYBODY TO LEAD 'SAME' ".  A quote taken from Mike Henry's Forum talk on Energizing Change. One factor for Energizing Change is to Elevate our Purpose for which Mike offers four components.   1) "Focus on the Best, highest objective.  Aim for the pinnacle, not just the mountain.  Go for the Bull's eye, not just the target!  When we focus on THE BEST it causes us to be more careful about what we do.    

Four Ways To Elevate Purpose – Mike Henry2015-08-16T03:46:21+00:00

Adm. William H. McRaven: The Brass Bell Remained Silent!

2015-04-02T11:40:13+00:00

An Article, written by Michael Shermer in the Wall Street Journal, Sept 2014, quoted the Admiral as saying "If you want to change the world, start off by making your bed." It all starts with the little things in life that make for the biggest differences!  Be encouraged about your possibilities of changing this world as you listen to this 19 minute commencement talk. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxBQLFLei70

Adm. William H. McRaven: The Brass Bell Remained Silent!2015-04-02T11:40:13+00:00

Lee Cockerell: Former Vice President of Walt Disney World Operations

2014-10-08T13:52:57+00:00

Create environment where people want to be. Leadership: Hire people who’ve overcome obstacles Be Clear about what you’re looking for in an employee (Disney uses a film which outlines the Disney culture – “If you come to work without your name badge, go home.” Etc.  25% of already screened job applicants walk away after seeing the film. Training – train, test, enforce. Culture: Everyone matters and knows that they matter. Tell them! This is the fuel that drives human performance. Touch people before you touch the work. When you come in in the morning, go around talking to the people, finding [...]

Lee Cockerell: Former Vice President of Walt Disney World Operations2014-10-08T13:52:57+00:00

IN A NUT SHELL:

2014-08-20T10:52:32+00:00

At this week's GLOBAL LEADERSHIP SUMMIT Carly said: "Potential is the only limitless resource that we have." "The Highest calling of leaders is to unlock the potential in others. i.e., Nelson Mandella, Martin Luther King, Jesus"  Carly Fiorina, former CEO of HP;Chairman of Good 360

IN A NUT SHELL:2014-08-20T10:52:32+00:00

“THE POWER OF INTROVERTS”

2014-07-30T06:33:20+00:00

Listen to this powerful Ted Talk by Susan Cain. This could revolutionize your marketplace experience and maybe even your family dynamic! "In a culture where being social and outgoing are prized above all else, it can be difficult, even shameful, to be an introvert. But, as Susan Cain argues in this passionate talk, introverts bring extraordinary talents and abilities to the world, and should be encouraged and celebrated." http://on.ted.com/Cain

“THE POWER OF INTROVERTS”2014-07-30T06:33:20+00:00