Archive for August, 2012

 
  • Search

Aug
10

Dishonesty—Leadership Trap #6

In my last few posts I’ve been highlighting some traps leaders fall into. While this trap seems obvious, as truth gets redefined by our culture the trap of dishonesty is […]

Read More...
Posted on: August 10, 2012 in Featured, Leadership
Jul
17

Insensitivity—Leadership Trap #5

Insensitive leaders are unconcerned about others. They have no empathy and are uncaring. They do not listen—not because they are prideful, but because they lack compassion. They are so hardened […]

Read More...
Posted on: July 17, 2012 in Featured, Leadership
Jul
03

Leadership Trap #4

In my last few posts I’ve tried to identify some leadership traps or bad leadership attitudes. This post speaks into leaders who allow themselves, and their people, to stagnate. Leaders […]

Read More...
Posted on: July 3, 2012 in Leadership
Jun
26

Uncontrolled Will

This is the third in a series of posts concerning bad attitudes that leaders can develop that hurt them and the building of their teams and the organization. An uncontrolled […]

Read More...
Posted on: June 26, 2012 in Featured, Leadership
Jun
13

Here Comes the Judge!

My last post was first in a series of some bad attitudes (pride) that leaders need to let go of if they want to be effective and build solid teams […]

Read More...
Posted on: June 13, 2012 in Featured, Leadership
May
22

Failure as the Mother of Invention

This past month’s Costco Connection magazine had a wonderful article about Sir James Dyson (the man who invented very different and first bagless vacuum cleaners and other products). The article […]

Read More...
Posted on: May 22, 2012 in Featured, Leadership
May
16

I Don’t Know Why They Do That

A colleague and I went to get a cup of coffee. Being coffee snobs we look for one brand and we’re very loyal to that brand—Starbucks. When we paid for […]

Read More...
Posted on: May 16, 2012 in Featured, Publishing
Apr
24

The Importance of Letting Go

Developing your own untapped and unrefined potential is a bit like remodeling an old house: First, you have to tear out some things—like pride or extreme self-sufficiency or bullheadedness, or […]

Read More...
Posted on: April 24, 2012 in Featured, Leadership
Apr
19

Keeping Pace

In his book It Takes a Prophet to Make a Profit consultant Britt Beemer states, “Today’s consumer is empowered to make better-informed buying decisions. Never before have there been so […]

Read More...
Posted on: April 19, 2012 in Featured, Publishing
Apr
13

9 Ways to Unleash Greatness in Others

A humble leader steps aside so that others can run by and seize the prize of their own greatness. But just how is this done? Here are nine ways (and […]

Read More...
Posted on: April 13, 2012 in Featured, Leadership
 

Trust is the winsome wedding of faith and hope.

Brennan Manning

©2014 Wayne Hastings. All Rights Reserved. Site by Birdsong Creative.