What are the Four Biggest Challenges Leaders Face Today?

In a recent poll of over 1,400 KM Leadership Solutions subscribers, leaders from more than 14 industries in organizations of all shapes and sizes shared their biggest leadership challenges. Respondents also rated the difficulty of their challenges. Are their challenges any different than your challenges? Here are their results. 45% –  Prioritizing time and resources.…

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Where Are Tomorrow’s Leaders?

Developing Leaders Reaches a Crisis Point A 2010 McKinsey study predicted that by 2018 25% of the workforce in the insurance industry would be eligible for retirement. Look around you. This challenge is not unique to the insurance industry.   How deep is your leadership bench?  Are those on your bench prepared to lead your organization…

Collaboration Bolsters Business

Support Women-Owned Businesses OpEd published in the Phoenix Business Journal,  November 17, 2017. The Phoenix Business Journal regularly publishes stories about diverse segments of our economy and digs deeper to reveal the picture behind the data. A recent email featured an article by senior reporter Angela Gonzales with the headline “Economic Impact of Arizona’s women- and minority-owned firms exceeds…

Five Ways to Tap Into Your Resilience

“Sometimes you’re the windshield. Sometimes you’re the bug.” – The Bug – Mary Chapin CarpenterThis song by Mary Chapin Carpenter came to mind lately. Recently, I could relate to that bug – the deaths of family members, a series of near-catastrophic mishaps in our home, two beloved pets dying unexpectedly, receiving word of a disappointing conclusion…