leadership

The Five Stages of Learning: Unconscious incompetence – I don’t know what I don’t know Conscious incompetence – I know what I don’t know Conscious competence – I know what I know Unconscious competence – I don’t know what I know Reflective or enlightened competence – I am aware that...

Interactive Business Learning Experiences™ Interactive Business Learning Experiences™ can best be described as a process of making generalizations and conclusions about one’s own direct experiences, then applying the learning’s to the “real world.” It emphasizes directly experiencing what I am studying, building a personal commitment to...

Leadership is about doing not about "saying."  No matter what you believe your capacity for leadership is the reality lies within the feedback you get from your team. As the old saying goes, it's not what you say, it's what you do.  At ViRTUS we call...

Brad Smart, co-author of the book Topgrading, has written a fascinating blog post that references two new studies which seem to somewhat contradict what the HR community has been saying with respect to results-focused CEOs and high emotional intelligence CEOs and the connection to company performance:...

Since I started this blog a number of CEOs and Entrepreneurs have asked me questions about the "how" and the "why" of blogging. A friend of mine, Maria LoScerbo, owns a PR firm in town called EpicPR and she blogged about a Globe and Mail article...

I received this link today from Tana Heminsley (we work together at ViRTUS).  Tana has a passion for Authentic Leadership and so she sent me this video of Bill George, speaking about Authentic Leadership at Google.  He interviewed 125 of the top leaders alive today...