Being a leader with vision allows you to see a future that others might not see and invites other to be a part of it. Here are 3 keys to crafting a compelling and inspiring vision for your team. https://youtu.be/Ki9OhbiD1zA You can be the person who shows the way. Get the Lead with Hospitality Field Guide here.
We often get downstream about a mile and a half on a project, an initiative, a meeting, or a task, and then we feel lost. You’ve put in the time, effort, and thought, yet have become frustrated with the lack of results or progress. Often our teams do the same. Too frequently it’s not until the
In this quick video I share what vision is, why it's so special, and how great leaders use it. https://youtu.be/aeXandeMovQ Want more leadership tips like this? Download my complimentary Lead with Hospitality Field Guide for more actionable ways to be a great leader. Download it here.
According to research by the Gallup organization: Only 25% of employees “strongly agree” that their manager provides meaningful feedback to them or that the feedback they receive helps them do better work. Only 21% of employees “strongly agree” that their performance is managed in a way that motivates them to do outstanding work. When leaders pause their own
As leaders, we’re often at a crossroads, with an important choice to make. You can hold a grudge, skip the meeting, become unresponsive, non-communicative, and freeze out the people who have upset you. Or, You can lead with hospitality. You can forgive, be the bigger person, take the high road, and work on mending the relationship. Your grace in
Grace lifts people up and creates an environment that feels safe. Without grace people don't feel important and begin looking for greener pastures. Watch this quick video to learn what grace is and why it matters when it comes to leadership. For more ways to be a graceful leader, read "Lead with Hospitality". Get it
I heard a story in church years ago about a couple who had been married for over fifty years. When asked how in the world they stayed together despite each other’s faults, habits, and hang ups, their response was amazing. It illustrates grace in action, and I’ll share their response here. The husband responded to the