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Objectively Assessing Your Team *team Sep 27, 2022

The #1 concern we receive questions about at CourageToLead, hands-down, has to do with the team. That is, people…

And, one of the BEST things you can do in order to build a great team is to...

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The Best Gift You Can Give Your Team *culture *team video Sep 01, 2022

What’s the best gift your team could give you?

We think about that— a lot. And, most leaders agree: 

“Follow through. I want them to do what they’re supposed to...

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How to Lead Better One-on-One Meetings *team blog Aug 30, 2022

Of all of the tensions you will face as a leader, the tension you will have the most self-doubt and inner turmoil over is the tension around the people you lead. 

I am talking about team...

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5 Marks of a First Class Executive *culture *team video Aug 09, 2022

Let’s discuss what it means to be “first class,” because this is who YOU need to be. And, this is how you need to think in terms of WHO you bring on your team.

If you’ve...

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Accountability = One Improvement That Drives Results *systems *team blog people priorities video Jun 28, 2022

Can I be gut-level honest with you?

I see far too many leaders shy away from something that really hurts their team.

What is it?

Confronting poor performance or poor behavior.

Possibly flowing from...

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Teachability = The Can't Miss Quality When Promoting From Within *team blog Jun 14, 2022

In today’s reality of shrinking budgets and uncertain futures, many organizations we are coaching are promoting leaders from within rather than making outside hires.

As part of our framework...

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Build "one pizza" teams throughout your organization *team Jun 07, 2022

Do you have too many direct reports?

You may…

In fact, you probably do…

Here’s a tip.

 

Build a one-pizza team for every team you have

Here’s what that means =...

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How to Build a Gut-Level Honest Team *team video Mar 29, 2022

Most team members are big liars to each other!

Or, to say it another way-- Most teams are not completely honest with each other.

Why?

Because most leaders don’t set the pace for...

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