1 Thing Great Leaders Do

April 29, 2016

Have you ever run across a bad leader? The one with more baggage than the Atlanta Airport?

The one whose epic escapades became the humorous horror tales that caused spilled drinks at cocktail parties?

(How I wish the only damage these leaders caused was red wine carpet stains.)

Here’s a process from Marshall Goldsmith PhD that prevents a toxic waste of time and talent.

At the end of a meeting ask, ‘What went well? What could we do better next time?’Feedforward Marshall Goldsmith & Louise Karch


Are you or your business reaching the fullest potential?

Good is no longer good enough. The goal is perfection and the path that takes us there leads to excellence.
Louise B. Karch