Motivate Your People With the Performance-Potential Matrix

Use the Performance-Potential Matrix to motivate your people to help them reach higher, dream more, do more, and become more. A few years ago, I was involved in a large-scale change management project that included a full-scale cultural shift from being a sales-based organization to a service-based company. Next to consulting the learning and development … Continue reading Motivate Your People With the Performance-Potential Matrix

4 P’s of People Development

If you are a manager who is interested in knowing how to help facilitate growth in your people, then the 4 P’s of People Development is for you. Taking a business from ordinary to extraordinary means understanding and embracing the difference between management and leadership. Management is largely about doing things right, such as ensuring … Continue reading 4 P’s of People Development

3 questions that strengthen your leadership brand

A strong leadership brand is characterized by uniform behaviors, across the entire organization, that are in alignment with the company’s brand-message and values. This article shares 3 strategic questions we can ask ourselves, and other stakeholders, that will help strengthen those behaviors. Meet Frank, a fictional representation of a real-life phenomenon happening in our companies … Continue reading 3 questions that strengthen your leadership brand

Lead With CARE

“Leadership isn’t about being in the front, it’s about elevating others, even when you’re in the back.” Kilani Daane   Our capacity to lead with utmost effectiveness depends on four simple behavioral traits that, when applied together, form a powerful approach to inspiring and motivating greater action in people that we care about. This article … Continue reading Lead With CARE

Brain Capacity and Leadership Behavior

  If you are interested in the link between brain capacity and leadership behavior, then this article is for you! In today’s highly competitive and volatile business world, executives are expected to be able to accomplish more with less resources, thus resulting in a demand for a capacity to inspire, perform, and innovate that is … Continue reading Brain Capacity and Leadership Behavior