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Leadership and the Chicken Dance

This past week I enjoyed a sneak peek of the experiences the Lowes Foods organization will bring to our community when opening a new store on March 27th. Sometimes culture is like an iceberg, with only a small portion visible and the bulk out of sight below the surface. The leadership of Lowes inverts what’s [...]

2019-03-25T07:55:58-04:00March 25th, 2019|Leadership, Org Culture|

6 Leadership Insights from Gary Sinise’s Grateful American

Gary Sinise is the real deal. I’ve seen him bring his Lt. Dan Band to San Diego and perform for local military, veterans, and their families. His Gary Sinise Foundation tangibly demonstrates ongoing commitment to the veteran community. As both a veteran and leadership scholar, I was excited to be given an advance copy of [...]

2019-02-02T11:53:33-04:00February 2nd, 2019|Leadership|

Frogs, Bunnies, & Getting Things Done

What’s the one thing ALL people share no matter what roles they play in life? TIME. We all have the same seven days in our week and 24 hours each day to allocate to living, vocation, creating, relating, discovering, resting … you get the idea. So why are some of us burdened and overwhelmed while [...]

2019-01-27T13:36:16-04:00January 14th, 2019|Executing Successfully, Leadership|

Make it SPICY

When we’re trying to achieve a key objective, we may need to employ a behavioral routine. There’s a problem with routines. Sometimes these become boring. What’s the secret to sticking to a required routine? Make it spicy! Let’s look at two examples. First, imagine you’ve decided to include one health-focused drink daily as part of [...]

2018-11-07T11:13:36-04:00November 2nd, 2018|Executing Successfully, Goal Setting|

Find The Focus to CRUSH Your Year-End

By the time October rolls around, a host of people recognize year-end is not so far away. The season of “what will I have accomplished?” can become a distraction. On November 1st, year-end occurs in only 61 days. Closing the year with a solid win is possible with focused effort. One antidote to fractured action [...]

2018-11-05T10:41:52-04:00November 1st, 2018|Executing Successfully, Goal Setting, Leadership|

Meet Travis Gibson

My name is Travis Gibson. I am currently working on a bachelor’s degree in Network/Cyber Security and participating in my first externship at LEADistics LLC. Being Dr. Bingham’s extern is an interesting experience and she has made it an awesome educational journey so far. I didn’t know what to expect, but Dr. Bingham had an [...]

2018-09-25T12:14:06-04:00September 16th, 2018|Career Development, Team|

Leadership Blind Spots

Leaders often seek greater clarity of insight to support being more strategic and effective. I recently read authors Jim Haudan's and Rich Berens' book, What Are Your Blind Spots? Conquering the 5 Misconceptions that Hold Leaders Back, to be released October 5th this year. My review covers a “galley” copy of this book, prior to publication. What this [...]

2018-09-25T13:44:11-04:00August 24th, 2018|Executing Successfully, Leader Development, Org Culture|

Grow and Thrive: Embracing Change

Over the past month, I’ve been preparing new material for another group of women (and men) seeking to grow their leadership in a male dominated industry. Pondering the parallels and differences between this group and Women In Defense (WID) led me to consider historically how most industries were male dominated at some point. Increasing opportunities [...]

2018-10-16T09:10:54-04:00June 18th, 2018|Career Development, Change|

Real Women, Real Questions 5

This RWRQ update offers pivotal support for women. The theme involves how we present ourselves, how we authentically bring our highest contribution to the table, and how these might create differing perceptions for women versus men. Here are the questions: How do you overcome being shy? I know I’m an effective leader, but can be [...]

Real Women, Real Questions 4

In this post, our questions from WID Leadership Summit participants are all about minding the gap. Here’s the questions … How do I move from glorified secretary/assistant role into a leadership role? How do I get promoted as a non-engineer in an engineering command? How do I effectively lead a diverse group of men and [...]

2018-08-20T10:46:30-04:00March 1st, 2018|Career Development, Change, Leader Development|

Coming Soon: New course options!

Join the current Explorers membership in the LEADistics Client Portal. We’ll be launching two additional courses in October, 2018.