Pull the Sword from the Stone Through Understanding Rather Than Strength.
Practical Strategies to Help you Become a More Effective Leader
That’s what we’re doing here. Sharing Practical Strategies to help you Become a More Effective Leader … and build a more successful business.
Long ago, I chose the theme of the Exkalibur legend because I think pulling the sword from the stone is a perfect metaphor for the challenges faced by every business leader:
How Can We Help You Increase your Leadership Effectiveness?
My professional writing journey began almost 30 years ago. It has covered a lot of territory based on my experiences working closely with CEOs and business leaders of all shapes and sizes.
In short, I believe that superior business performance occurs at the intersection of Leadership, Strategy and Finance, while superior executive performance occurs at the intersection of Leadership, Productivity and Accountability.
Where can I find the best content?
To get started, I’d suggest that you take a look at the blog categories that may be of particular interest to you.
At the top of each section, you’ll see a very brief introduction that highlights some of the topics in that category that I believe will be particularly helpful.
In addition, you’ll see a reference to Featured Articles in each category, which will direct you to some of my most valuable content that I’ve personally selected for you.
We’re covering a lot of subjects …
I realize these subjects cover a lot of territory, but I also know that leaders experience a diverse and wide-ranging landscape.
That’s why you’ll find that all of our 800+ articles are published on Sword Tips, the blog dedicated to all things to help you Become a More Effective Leader and Build a More Successful Business.
While no subject is truly irrelevant to a business leader, these are critical to building a successful business.
I’ve served in many roles
In many ways, I have been fortunate to enjoy a remarkably diverse career.
I have taken risks – my wife will attest to that – and indulged in a variety of roles where I discovered new interests and could apply my experience in uniquely valuable ways.
The best way I can ask you to understand my eclectic background is to imagine a conference table, with each chair occupied by an executive serving the company in a particular role. You can see from the image, above, that some of them weren’t so pretty either.
You can find more information about my background here.
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If we aren’t already, I hope we have a chance to get acquainted somewhere down the road.