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Are You Doing Your Job as a Leader…a.k.a. Are You Investing in Your Young Leaders?

by Robin Perry

Where do leaders come from? And how do people become good leaders? For a few it just happens. They have natural talents and abilities – they are inquisitive and self-reflective – they have high emotional intelligence. But for most it’s because an investment was made in them. Someone took an interest in […]

By |February 17th, 2017|New Leader|0 Comments

What if Doctors Stopped Learning? A Message to Leaders.

by Robin Perry

On a recent visit to an ambulatory surgery center with my daughter I found myself curious about how “current” the surgeon was on the procedure she was about to perform. It was evident that state of the art equipment had been installed in the pre-op suite. A roll across the forehead takes […]

By |February 15th, 2017|Your Development|0 Comments

What a Leader Can Learn From a Snowy Road and a 16 Year Old Driver

by Michael Holland    

A foot of snow provided the perfect opportunity to teach my then 16-year-old son how to drive in the snow.  He was several months into his learner’s permit process and, all things considered, was a fairly good driver.

To start off, we found a nice big parking lot.  “Floor it towards that […]

By |February 8th, 2017|Your Development|0 Comments

Performance Reviews: Don’t Look Back!

by Robin Perry

The dreaded performance review! There are very few managers or employees that look forward to performance reviews. But maybe that’s because they are focused in all the wrong places.

Instead of focusing on the past – looking back at last year – shift your focus. Focus forward! Where is the organization headed? Where […]

By |February 1st, 2017|Managing Performance|0 Comments

How Leadership Muscle Memory Can Help You to Lead Well

by Michael Holland    

So much of what we do every day is executed via muscle memory.  Walking to a meeting is so simple that we don’t even think about the physics of how our body works. We can unthinkingly create a fluid motion that moves the mass of our weight away from a desk, […]

By |January 25th, 2017|New Leader|0 Comments

The Question Your Need to Ask Yourself as a Leader

By Michael Holland

I’ve asked the question countless times and more often than not I get the same basic answer.  The question: who in your past has been a great leader, someone you can visualize and model your leadership behavior after?

A few moments of staring off into space ensues while they think back through the […]

By |January 18th, 2017|Your Development|0 Comments

NFL Champions on Leadership

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Leadership Insights from Super Bowl Champions by Bishop House Consulting

By |January 18th, 2017|Building My Team, New Leader|0 Comments

Do You Have a Balanced Portfolio of Leadership?

By Michael Holland

My keen financial planning colleagues can speak for hours about the art and science of balancing portfolios.  For the rest of us, we know that it’s good to have a balanced portfolio whether it’s with financial assets, the food we choose to consume over a week, or the selection of adult beverages […]

By |January 11th, 2017|Your Development|0 Comments

6 Hidden Assumptions that Limit Your Team’s Effectiveness

By Michael Holland

Picture this real life competition with a goal to build the tallest structure that can support a soft, fluffy, lightweight marshmallow using spaghetti, twine and tape within 18 minutes. First, there’s a ballroom full of 100 co-workers.  They are broken out into random teams of 4 to 5 and are busy at […]

By |January 4th, 2017|Building My Team|0 Comments

What Will I Do When I’m Faced With This Situation

by Michael Holland    

As a leader, you may ultimately be faced with a situation that you never would have believed could happen.  A leader is charged with so much responsibility and often has little training or wisdom to deal with the challenges that life can bring.  The list below contains real situations I, or […]

By |December 28th, 2016|Your Development|0 Comments