Did you know that February is “Plant the Seeds of Greatness” month? You may not have heard about it before, but essentially, it promotes the idea of taking proactive steps today to build even better things in your life for tomorrow. We think it’s a wonderful idea and a great area to focus on during… Read more »
Taking the lessons of 2020, transformational leadership requires a change in mindset, approach, and commitment.
It’s been a tough year of far too many things disrupting the normalcy we once took for granted. COVID-19 came with a rampage, and social injustices soared throughout the year. The election battle took over the news while remote learning and working from home challenged our daily routines. Things like sports programs and extracurriculars have… Read more »
The year has been complicated and stressful for most of us. The global pandemic, social injustice, political division, and all the economic impacts have knocked us to our knees. With the holidays fast approaching, it’s hard to wrap our brains around expressing gratitude when we are so burnt out and exhausted.
Every day we are faced with obstacles, challenges, and situations that force us to reframe our goals, daily tasks, and our dreams. We have to make tough choices when these events take place. We are continually adjusting, recreating, reprogramming, and rewriting our stories. This guest blog post, written by Debbie Hugg, is a story of… Read more »
Leaders all over the world have the inherent responsibility to provide vision and direction, set policies, determine bottom lines, define and nurture culture, and to keep their people safe. The recent events of COVID-19 and George Floyd’s murder now weigh heavily on leaders to continue stepping up and do something. Many have already done a fantastic… Read more »
If you had to pick a place on the leadership continuum, where one end depicted leading from the front and the other end leading from behind, where would you choose? The extremes on the spectrum are either entirely leading from the front, or entirely leading from behind. Most leaders would designate a place on the… Read more »
As we traveled the country doing “home visits” with our top recruits, I woke up early. I prepared to workout, shower, and head to the airport with my assistant basketball coach. We had fifteen more athletes to visit, so we were never in one city very long. I flipped on the television to catch the… Read more »