Applying the six principles increases the likelihood that people will understand your idea, react favorably to it, and that you will be able to build their trust and confidence in you.
Lack of trust often kills otherwise great plans. This article shows you what to do to turn things around.
Just in case you need to be reminded. . .
Here is a simple exercise used by actors to learn about the person they are playing. It works wonderfully for leaders who want to know others better.
Is your organization ready to take on a major change? Find out.
The context surrounding an idea is often more important than the idea itself. This quick assessment helps you pay attention to the big picture.
It’ s tough being a middle manager. It’ s hard to lead and follow at the same time – that’ s the dilemma.
Some ideas on ways to unleash people’s energy, commitment and creativity.
This article shows you how to present ideas in a way that people are far more likely to support you.
Examines what gets in the way of change.