Leadership Insights

The Human Side of Leadership

Mar 15, 2019 2:00:00 PM / by Ed Brzychcy posted in leadership, culture

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As a leader, have you ever found yourself with the feeling of

"I simply do not know how to reach this person?"

Leadership is about building relationships. It is finding the tools, tactics, and techniques, to bring people together in accomplishing a common goal.

The next grand theory, comprehensive assessment, or shiniest new metric that we can use to quantify these relationships and build better practices is always on the horizon with new promises on how we can create a better team.

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Teams Win Championships.

Feb 21, 2019 12:30:00 PM / by Ed Brzychcy posted in leadership, culture

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The MVPs of your organization are not the people who receive the most recognition.

Football fever is finally receding in Boston. The duck boats have come out and been packed away. The team is enjoying some well-earned time off. We the people are back to our regular lives, and I have some time to reflect on what I witnessed in what some have called the most boring Super Bowl in history.

Teams win, period.

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Leadership Starts Within

Feb 7, 2019 1:30:00 PM / by Ed Brzychcy posted in leadership, professional development

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If you want to stand out, stand up.

Inspiration and the ability to influence and guide others towards accomplishing a mission begins with one's ability to steer themselves towards a successful resolution.

Self-leadership begins with two fundamental concepts from Emotional Intelligence, self-awareness and self-regulation. These two concepts are core components of confidence and allow a leader to connect and empathize with their teams in broad new ways.

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Front Line Leadership

Jan 25, 2019 1:30:00 PM / by Ed Brzychcy posted in leadership, structure, culture

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Lead from the front, or risk having your organization left behind.

There is a sharp divide in many organizations, senior leaders and executive create a grand strategy, the frontline workers execute, and the middle managers try to balance executive expectations with employee needs.

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New year, new you?

Jan 9, 2019 1:30:00 PM / by Ed Brzychcy posted in professional development, planning

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A new year is upon us and underway. Already I have seen a plethora of people making new resolutions, others promising a new year a new you if you do x, y, and z, and others saying how just because it is a new year it does not mean that it will be a new you.

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A Short Pause

Oct 2, 2018 12:30:00 PM / by Ed Brzychcy posted in update

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Our Leadership Insights blog is on a short pause while we work on our book, Lead from the Front - a collection of leadership stories and lessons from military veterans.

Be sure to check out LeadfromtheFront.net to learn more about our upcoming pubication.

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