There are many education and experience requirements for leadership positions. However, leadership competencies don’t fall into the category of qualifications you possess to get hired for a position. Instead, leadership competencies are a combination of knowledge and abilities that make you an effective leader in a given position or organization. When you consider the varied… Read More
You almost certainly know someone who embodies the idea of executive presence—a leader who makes everyone else feel at ease, who exudes confidence and self-assuredness, someone who always appears unruffled, no matter how chaotic the situation is. The key element at the center of executive presence is a high level of confidence and an ability… Read More
Are you a trustworthy leader? Trust is the foundation of every healthy relationship. And before you, as a leader, can be trusted, you must be able to answer four key questions. Building Champions Coach Dan Foster unpacks each question in the newest Virtual Coaching Tip!
Leadership is when an organization’s business processes are aligned with its vision and mission. True leaders inspire others to be their best while providing clarity, purpose and guiding people to realize their set objectives. Unfortunately, not everyone in a leadership position is a good leader. A recent study by Robert Half reveals that about 49%… Read More
As humans, we spend a lot of time looking forward, to both determine our direction so we know what’s to come and build excitement for future experiences. And as leaders, it’s one of the most important things we bring to our team. After all, leadership without vision is just management.
The topic of feedback comes up a lot in coaching sessions. Giving feedback is an important part of any leader’s job—according to research, 98% of employees will fail to be engaged without adequate feedback! In this Virtual Coaching Tip, Executive Coach Todd Mosetter shares the one grave mistake managers—new and experienced—make when they attempt to… Read More
We all know the dangers of distracted driving — it claims thousands of lives each year.
Leaders don’t, and can’t, know everything—but the pressure to act like you do can be great—especially in this day and age of direct social connection. The way you show up in those moments where you just don’t have the answers can impact the degree of influence you have within your team, organization, community and society…. Read More
With the amount of information, distractions, and change surrounding us today, staying productive and focused is harder than it’s ever been. But for the people and organizations that have been able to figure it out, it has quickly become a competitive advantage. For the rest of us, it seems like a never-ending cycle of success… Read More
Dan Foster, Vice President and Principal Coach at Building Champions, shares three mistakes he made on his journey to becoming a coaching leader.