Author: Rob Inrig

10 Indicators of Leadership Success – Pt 1

Goal Attainment – Justifiably, a leader’s success is largely measured by a company’s productivity.  Are sales quotas being reached?  Are company profits growing and costs being contained?  Are growth projections trending in the right direction? As long as these determinants…

Transformational Leadership

STRENGTHS BUILT BY EXPERIENCE, CHOICE, AND FAITH VISION and GOALS Transformational leaders find some meaning in situations even those involving suffering or loss. Transformational leaders choose to see what others don’t, won’t or can’t. Transformational leaders engage relationships that encourage and…

Navigating Turbulent Waters of Change

For most people, change means confusion and anxiety.  Be it takeover whispers in corporate corridors, financial plans that get obliterated in an economic downturn or a relationship that promised much but delivered little – change is difficult. Some greet this…

Working From Our Strengths

As far as they were concerned their son lived one step removed from inertia. Compared with them, he approached life as a polar opposite. No wonder they mused whether tags had been switched in the delivery room. They raced from…

Power With No Regrets

As is often the case, I had two books on the go.  But talk about opposites. One discussed the necessary place of power in the workplace.  With compelling examples the authors remind that we function in a competitive world and…

Cynics and Champions

Have you noticed –  cynics love to cluster. Whether in cyber chat forums or staking turf in office staff rooms, individuals gather to share their non-contributing views on the world. In the workplace this group can be viewed as a…