Tag: how to be a leader


TTP 001: Importance of Supervisors

Posted in: PodcastsIn their inaugural podcast, Mark Christensen and Molly Davis discuss the importance of supervisors. How supervisors impact cultureThe product of a supervisor is the peopleSupervisors create valueSupervision is about resultsSupervisors get stuff doneIf you have a topic that you would like Mark and Molly to cover, tweet itRead More

The Only Resolution You Need To Make in 2023

Posted in: Leadership, Leadership Development, LearningThe Only Resolution You Need To Make in 2014It’s that time again. Time to sit down and make a list of New Year’s Resolutions. For the 3 or 4 of you who make and keep that list, good for you! For the rest of us,Read More

Team Scoreboard:Knowing Where Your Team Stands

Posted in: Team Tools, Workplace Performance, Workplace TeamsWhat is a Team Scoreboard?A team scoreboard is a tool that enables a team to visually monitor and display current team progress on top priorities and goals. It can also be used to organize team information regarding scheduling, training, problem solving, and communication.Read More

Lead Yourself by Knowing Yourself

Posted in: Leadership Development, LeaderStream, LearningMountain Climber Reaching The Summit Leading others requires leading yourself. And leading yourself begins by knowing yourself. True leadership can happen only as we allow our own authenticity to show through. Our authenticity is at the core of our strength as a leader. Knowing ourselvesRead More

What the Seahawks Taught Me About Leadership

Posted in: Leadership, Leadership Development, Learning, UncategorizedI am a rabid Seattle Seahawks fan. (It doesn’t hurt that I have a family member on the coaching staff.) As one whose work revolves around equipping leaders, managers and supervisors with sound fundamentals, I have watched almost every Seahawks press conference this season.Read More

Collaborate: Pick Your Battles

Posted in: Leadership, Learning, Workplace Performance The Collaboration Workshop provides practical tools and best practices for “picking your battles” and much much more. In today’s workplace, leaders must be extremely effective in each and every conversation they hold. Collaboration is the craft of today’s workplace leaders. Collaborate_insideCover-05 Register today forRead More

A Lesson from the Underground

A few years ago I was working with a mining operation in Eastern Tennessee. I have been in underground mines before. They are tough and often dangerous environments. The individual that was giving me the initial tour was an electrical foreman. He had worked in that mine his entire life.Read More

Effective Leaders Prepare For Hazardous Conditions

Posted in: Leadership, Leadership Development, Learning, Safety TRACTION DEVICES REQUIRED The first winter storm of the season has come and gone. Roads were slippery. Cars were in the ditch. Traffic was backed up. Emergency vehicles were out in force. Injuries and even fatalities made the evening news. Mountain passes wereRead More

TTP 005: Know Yourself

In order to be truly effective as a leader, you must know yourself. It sounds elementary, but we have found that most leaders haven’t spent enough time knowing who they are and how they can be effective. Here are some questions to consider: Do I know my VALUES?Do I knowRead More

Resolving Conflict Through The Power of Curiosity

What are the first three words that come to mind when you think of workplace conflict? Maybe the word messy came to mind. Perhaps you thought of the word uncomfortable. Or maybe the word normal. As you think about this question and words pop into your mind it will probablyRead More

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