What Leaders Need to Know About Weekly Huddles

by Dr. Rick Goodman on June 22, 2016

Leaders, here’s a question for you: When was the last time you checked in on one of your employees?

It’s not a trick question. I’m asking because, in an increasingly dispersed work environment—with more and more teams including remote employees—it’s more critical than ever for you to be intentional in connecting with your team members.… Read more...

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How to Make Your Employees Feel Like Rock Stars

by Dr. Rick Goodman on February 9, 2016

How do your employees see themselves?

Do they see themselves as mere cogs in a machine—or do they feel empowered? Do they feel competent? Do they feel like rock stars?

As a keynote speaker focusing on the fields of leadership and engagement, I’ve always been amazed at the numbers of teams I see that seem to have no sense of pride, no confidence in their own ability.… Read more...

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5 Ways to Go from Being a Good Leader to a GREAT One

by Dr. Rick Goodman on February 5, 2016

As a keynote speaker, focusing on the fields of leadership and engagement, I probably get one question more than any other: What’s the secret? What’s the magic bullet? How do I unlock my leadership greatness?

Of course, the question is usually offered a bit tongue-in-cheek.… Read more...

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5 Tips for Identifying Your Leadership Blind Spots

by Dr. Rick Goodman on January 14, 2016

It doesn’t matter how great of a leader you become—how experienced, how deliberate, how learned. You’re still going to have some areas in which you’re weak—areas in which you could stand some improvement.

Many great leaders don’t actually recognize these areas in themselves, which means they don’t improve, and don’t seek assistance when they really need it.… Read more...

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How to Avoid a Culture of Blame

by Dr. Rick Goodman on January 5, 2016

Everybody makes mistakes, and everybody fails from time to time. What’s important is that we redeem those failures. What’s important is that we learn from them.

So let me ask you: Do your team members learn from their failures? Do you learn from yours?… Read more...

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