Gary Harpst — August 9, 2018 — August 9, 2018 For most organizations executing strategy is one of the biggest problems in business. Recent research on What Employees Say Drives Engagement and Performance found that employees rated Execution Management as the third hardest business practice to implement. Almost every CEO can relate (with emotion) the … Continue reading Execution – The Hardest Part of Strategy
Rick Lepsinger — August 8, 2018 Follow @onpoint_llc — August 8, 2018 Free-Photos / Pixabay Today’s organizations understand the value of leadership. Every year, companies invest billions of dollars on leadership training to identify, prepare, and develop effective leaders. With so much emphasis on leadership, it’s worth taking a step back to reassess why leaders … Continue reading Is it Possible for Anyone to be a Leader?
Richard Nongard — August 3, 2018 Follow @nongard1 — August 3, 2018 By the time I reached age forty, I had never really traveled too far outside of the United States. As a kid living in South Texas my parents used to take me across the border into Mexico to do shopping, and once on … Continue reading 5 Ways World Travel Will Transform Your Leadership Skills
Dave Brock — August 1, 2018 Follow @davidabrock — August 1, 2018 Free-Photos / Pixabay Too often, as managers, we get in the way of our people doing their jobs–either purposefully/intrusively, accidentally, being well-intentioned, or through inattention. Whichever way this manifests itself, it stands in the way of us doing our jobs–that is to maximize … Continue reading We Have To Have The Courage To Let Our People Do Their Jobs!
Darleen DeRosa — July 23, 2018 Follow @onpoint_llc — July 23, 2018 Although popular culture often portrays millennials as recent college graduates, the truth of the matter is that most of them are already well into their late twenties and thirties. The question of how to prepare them for leadership positions is not a hypothetical … Continue reading 5 Ways to Start Training Millennials for Leadership Roles
Rick Lepsinger — July 19, 2018 Follow @onpoint_llc — July 19, 2018 JESHOOTScom / Pixabay Organizations with effective leaders sometimes find themselves in the difficult position of meeting their day-to-day objectives without making much progress towards the organization’s strategic goals. Perhaps they’re covering their expenses without making a significant profit, or maybe they’re keeping customers … Continue reading How to Implement Strategic Leadership in Your Organization
Lacy Boggs — July 10, 2018 Follow @blogspiration42 — July 10, 2018 congerdesign / Pixabay At the Run Like Clockwork event a few weeks ago, Mike Michalowicz had us do an interesting exercise to try to identify our most important role in our business. He asked us to write out several roles on sticky notes, … Continue reading When Thought Leadership is Your Most Important Role
David Kiger — July 9, 2018 Follow @davidkiger — July 9, 2018 rawpixel / Pixabay Heightened levels of public attention and analysis come with the territory for CEOs. This high-profile visibility makes it even more important for leaders to have a strong sense of ethics, and to be accountable when mistakes are made. … Continue reading A Strong Sense of Ethics is Vital for CEOs to Lead a Successful Business
Chris Cancialosi — June 7, 2018 Follow @gothamCulture— June 7, 2018 If you have worked in the professional world as a leader for any length of time you have undoubtedly found yourself managing a team member who was failing to live up to expectations. While it might be tempting to cut someone loose if their … Continue reading 9 Questions Every Leader Must Ask Before Letting Someone Go
Rick Lepsinger — May 25, 2018 Follow @onpoint_llc — May 25, 2018 PublicCo / Pixabay Inspirational leadership involves aligning values with initiatives to create enthusiasm and a passion to act. Leaders who are able to do this successfully “light a fire” within others, resulting in higher performance and more sustained effort. Inspired teams are more … Continue reading How to Be An Inspirational Leader