How good leaders keep projects on track

Do you have an initiative that is lagging? It seems like it should work, but you just can’t seem to get it moving in the right direction? In their book The Four Disciplines of Execution, authors Sean Covey, Chris McChesney,[...]

Published: December 4, 2017
By: Darryl Stewart
What time will Mom be home?

One of the most important ways to show our loved ones that we care about them is to spend time with them. We also all deserve the opportunity to relax and enjoy our own passions. On the flip side, many[...]

Published: November 6, 2017
By: Darryl Stewart
How to get the important stuff done

Our world has become a very distracted place with email, texts, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, and other digital taps on the shoulder competing for our attention. Of all the time we spend keeping up to date on these platforms, how[...]

Published: October 10, 2017
By: Darryl Stewart
Great leaders and great parents forgive easily

In 1984, Wilma Derksen’s 13-year-old daughter, Candace, was abducted and murdered in Winnipeg. Over 30 years later, the case is still before the courts. First, it took 22 years to find a possible offender and since then there have been three court[...]

Published: August 21, 2017
By: Darryl Stewart
My top three tips for leading your team to peak performance

The most insightful leadership book I have ever read is First, Break All the Rules, by Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman. The authors assert that there are progressive stages of employee engagement, expressed as questions in a person’s mind as[...]

Published: July 4, 2017
By: Darryl Stewart