“Errol, don’t you mean, ‘Read your book?’, not, ‘Write a book’, to become a great leader?” Well, yes and no. Yes, if you read my book, The Process, Art, and Science of Leadership: How Leaders Inspire Confidence and Clarity in Combat, in the Boardroom, and at the Kitchen Table, I believe you will become a … Continue reading Want to be a Great Leader? Write a Book!
Great leadership can be learned, developed, and practiced in every aspect of our lives. With hard work and introspection, anyone can learn to become a great leader using the tools and lessons of everyday life. My wife and I embarked on a five day fast recently that included a lot of broth, water, some olives … Continue reading Want To Be a Great Leader? Fast for Five Days
Combat is the ultimate expression of consequence. When combat leadership is done incorrectly there are three potential outcomes, all of which are unacceptable: mission failure, injury, or death. The good news is that the leadership process needed for great results is the same during crisis as it is during times of calm. However, in any … Continue reading HOLD THE LINE – Covid-19 and Leadership
As we discussed in my previous post (https://www.leader193.com/blog/how-to-lead-through-the-chaos-of-covid-19), leadership is a process that doesn’t change during chaotic times like we are facing now. The process you lead with today should be the exact process you led with 1 month ago when we were all fat and happy watching our 401k’s grow. Great leadership demands a … Continue reading Leading Through COVID-19, Continued
Combat is the ultimate expression of consequence and the ultimate form of chaos. It seems though, COVID-19 is giving combat a run for its money as far as the chaos it is creating. Chaos is here like it or not, so from a leadership perspective there is only one way to handle it: LEAD. As … Continue reading How To Lead Through the Chaos of COVID-19