Check out: Reality Management–Pat’s POV June 2012 …Leaders are the heart of our organizations. If you know your organization is on the verge of a “heart-attack” have hope—things can change! Here’s the pill to swallow, Leader: usually that means you have to get better.Pat suggest we begin a turnaround much the same way we begin a …
my first thought: this might not be the best advice. just sayin. ha! (the sign on the door of my gate at PDX)
“My father told me that for a leader, the true measure of success is found in the eyes of your direct reports, the embrace of your spouse, and the hearts of your children. I believe him… when was the last time you looked into the eyes of those who work for you in order to …
Exactly. health matters. it matters in life, and it matters in our businesses. it is the true advantage. (via Amazon.com: The Advantage: Why Organizational Health Trumps Everything Else In Business (9780470941522): Patrick M. Lencioni: Books) (Source: http://www.amazon.com/The-Advantage-Organizational-Everything-Business/dp/0470941529/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1340203440&sr=1-2)
“Leaders are readers.” –a mentor of mine (nearly 20 years ago)
“leaders eat healthy food, dad. that’s why i ate all my oatmeal.” –my boy, EJ (this kid kills me! haha)
My kids are definitely paying attention! Last year I got the “couch potato dad” trophy from them. My kids are following my lead, prefer them to follow this kind of dad.
My kids first race! They killed it. They wanted shoes like daddy’s.
…no matter how hard a man thought or worked, some things in life would remain unknowable, and we had to accept that. Scott Jurek (Eat & Run)
I’ll let you know how it goes. So far so good.