Archive for September, 2007

What is Your Biggest Question About Remarkable Leadership?

September 25, 2007

I’ll answer your question on  Thursday September 27 at 9 pm ET/6 pm PT, when Joe Farcht will be facilitating a live teleseminar that will be based entirely on questions submitted to us.

The website will pose this question:

What is your most important question about developing “Remarkable Leadership” in your life and work?

I look forward to hearing your question, and hopefully answering it (if it is one of the questions chosen from the many that have been submitted) on Thursday night!

Go here to submit your question and register for this free, live event.

A Recent Interview

September 21, 2007

I’ve been very remiss in not announcing places I’ve been interviewed since the release of the book.  I plan to eliminate that problem over the next few days.  Here is one podcast I was asked to participate in.

Bill Caskey and Bryan Neale operate the Advanced Selling Podcast– a podcast very popular with sales people. In our conversation we talked about Remarkable Leadership and sales leadership.  I think you will find Bill and Bryan very entertaining, and the conversation useful, especially if you are involved in sales.

You can find all of their podcasts here (scroll down to September 5th to find mine.)

Span of . . .?

September 19, 2007

Lots of leaders talk about their “span of control” – or the number of employees that report to them.  This is a case where the traditional language is no longer helpful (in fact, I would say it is counter productive.

Remarkable leaders don’t focus on control… so why think about span of control?

How about “span of care” instead?  Do you think about those you care for or those you control?

Think about it and adjust your language accordingly.

Why? Because our words make a difference.

Remarkable Rock

September 12, 2007

Rainmakers Rock

Read the significance here.

Listed in WordlessWednesday.com

Remarkable Quarterback

September 5, 2007

For Wordless Wednesday . . .

Peyton Manning