Dealing with the COVID-19 situation

I have written a short article on leadership or employee engagement every week for many years. This week I was tempted not to. There is a crisis going on that demands our attention as leaders. Should I be taking the[...]

Published: March 17, 2020
By: Darryl Stewart
How I went from too nice to just right nice

I know a leader who has no trouble overloading his staff with tons of work without any concern or remorse for how the type or volume of work will impact them. His motto, “I load ‘em down until they crack,[...]

Published: March 11, 2020
By: Darryl Stewart
What Richard Branson forgot to say about effective delegation

Richard Branson is driven, passionate, smart, and people want to follow him. He knows how to use his gifts to create successful companies and make his weaknesses irrelevant. He will tell you part of his business success is finding great[...]

Published: March 2, 2020
By: Darryl Stewart
A common religion for all the world and for your leadership thinking

I was recently re-reading Wilma Derksen’s book, The Way of Letting Go.  It is a powerful book about how to overcome anger, grief, pain, and guilt in order to move on and be productive and of service to the world. Wilma has[...]

Published: February 24, 2020
By: Darryl Stewart
How to improve your body image and your career results at the same time

Whether we are overweight or we look fit and trim to the outside world, that flabby, out-of-shape feeling hits everyone from time to time.  However, if we are eating healthy and exercising regularly, we don’t have that feeling, no matter[...]

Published: February 18, 2020
By: Darryl Stewart