Our Blog

An ongoing series of informational entries about Effective Leadership and other areas of Organizational Excellence.

Our First Blog Entry - Effective Leaders

May 13, 2019

Effective Leaders don't tell others what to do.  They learn from others what they're capable of doing and support them in their quest for excellence.

Organizational Excellence

May 22, 2019

Organizational Excellence includes having clear, relevant, and easily understood position descriptions for every team member.

Leadership Excellence

May 25, 2019

As a leader, you may be captive to a rigid schedule with numerous meetings. However, Leadership Excellence is when you visit one-on-one with your leadership team members to learn and to provide timely, as-needed, coaching and support. This, along with your demonstrated integrity and trust, convey a terrific servant leadership model that positively impacts your leadership team as well as the organization’s culture.


Be sure to be there for your leadership team members and not simply rely on their professional development trainings to do the job.

Leadership Excellence

June 3, 2019

You demonstrate Leadership Excellence when you redirect employees to their immediate supervisor should they come to you with a concern, complaint, or issue. Your judgement will determine whether you need to follow-up with the supervisor or not. However, demonstrating transparency throughout such processes will ensure Integrity and Trust is maintained for all parties at all levels.   

Integrity in Leadership Excellence 

June 6, 2019

  • Interested in the success of others
  • Never uses others for personal gain
  • Trusted to be honest and fair
  • Ethical in all undertakings
  • Gives praise to others for their great qualities
  • Responds to criticism without anger, negativity, vindictiveness
  • Inspires others to be transparent without them being fearful
  • Truthfulness is always the standard
  • Yields to others’ expertise with respect and encouragement

Ongoing Personal Growth

June 17, 2019

Our ongoing personal growth is critical for sustained success in a changing world.  Be the inspiration to others by intentionally and continually seeking out excellent professional development opportunities. 

Avoid Leadership Bias

July 13, 2019

As a Leader, if you manipulate your leadership team’s decision-making process in favor of your own premeditated preferences, you’re demonstrating Leadership Bias. To avoid this, contribute to the discussion process with Integrity and lead a healthy, honest, and trusting process resulting in a supportive outcome from all leadership team members.