What does it take to become “world-class”? How do you become a world-class performer? Is it destiny, or can anyone become great? I hear stories of leaders who are considered […]
While people get into leadership and leadership roles for many different reasons, one thing that most leaders go through is the realization that their thoughts and actions need to be […]
Are there things in your life you have left undone? Do you regret not trying out something new? Are there times that conversations take too long to be had? As […]
I see you walking from your car in the parking lot to the front door of the building at work in the morning. I see how you greet people at […]
Do you tell people the truth even when it might hurt them? When something is wrong do you say so? Or do you skirt the truth or even tell little white […]
Everyone has an appetite for love. We all need it, want it, and gotta have it. In fact, we all need a lot of it. But the kind of love that […]
I was resting this past weekend watching an NFL football game on TV and I picked up my BlackBerry to check my Facebook page during halftime. I learned two important lessons […]
Does your boss really need you? Does your company need you? Why are you so important that your company or organization should pay you and bother with all of your […]
My wife showed me that training is only the beginning. Follow through enables real lasting learning.
Dave Hasenbalg is Chief Operating Officer of Customized Solutions, LLC and does coaching and public speaking on Leadership and Operational Excellence.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
In a tough economy, now is the time to develop your people. It is your best hedge against competitive forces. It is also the key to rebounding your bottom line. […]
O.K…I’m a sports dork. I readily admit it. As I write, I am watching the Little League World Series game, Canada vs. Mexico. I am neither Canadian nor Mexican and […]
I am a “rhetoric snob.” I admit it. It’s not pretty. I listen to how people speak (leaders in particular), and I observe how they use words and phrases as […]