Today we continue our discussion on leadership. We’ve been talking about leadership skills and how you can improve yours. Looking for a beach read? This week we’re featuring 3 of the books we’ve recently read on leadership.Read More
2018 was a busy year. Now it’s almost in the history books.
So what better time than the last ten days of the year, when offices are a bit quieter and like seems to slow down just a bit then to take a moment to catch up on some great reading that you had every intention of getting to all year?Read More
Everything old is new again. What popular 1930’s trend is back in vogue today?
I’ll give you a hint. Historically successful leaders like Franklin D. Roosevelt, Walt Disney, and Thomas Edison (all old, white guy business leaders) and even author and creative J.R.R. Tolkien, were famous for participating. The result of their participation was exponential growth in their businesses and pursuits and the “diversity” of thought they obtained from participation helped them accomplish far more than they ever could have alone.Read More
Apochromatik’s Keith R. Sbiral is currently featured on the Small Town Leadership blog. Check it out to read the leadership lessons Keith learned from growing up in a town of 300 in rural Iowa, and how he builds on those experiences today to help clients master their leadership and career challenges.
Keith still has openings for early 2019. Reach out ASAP for more information!
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Have you heard of the theory of the 5 Levels of Leadership? It this week’s Video of the Week, John Maxwell explains the five levels of leadership and how to move from level 1 (positional leadership where people follow you only because they must) into level five (where people follow you because of who you are and what you have done).