Hey Leaders: “Life Is A Balancing Act”


Do you have some amazingly energetic, hard working, loyal employees who work long hours and never complain?  Do any of your staff members handle additional roles in the community, on non-profit boards, or with service clubs in addition to juggling work and family duties? Do you have some folks working for you who never want … Continue reading

Top Ten Ways To Be A Bad Leader – Video


Check out this video on YouTube here: http://youtu.be/hYeuH39U5bw

What Does The Future Hold For Our Aimless Youth?


Generation “Y” has a fundamental belief that they should never settle for second best. They want to start at the top of the pay scale and they believe they should have everything their parents have, almost immediately after they leave home. Because of their liberal and generous upbringings, many young folks make it all the way to high school graduation without ever contemplating the fact that they will ultimately be singularly responsible for their own lives. Imagine the horror of leaving the nest without a mature, functional pair of wings!

It Takes A Hurricane


While watching the drama of Hurricane Irene unfold as she made her way up the east coast of North America, I was impressed by the good humour, co-operation, camaraderie, and overall humanity of the folks who reside in the path of the storm front. The media did a great job of televising scenes of people … Continue reading

Leadership Can Be An Unpopular Business


Watch this short video on how leaders must make unpopular decisions here: http://motivationalkehl.blogspot.com/2011/08/leadership-can-be-unpopular-business.html Throughout my career in leadership I had to accept this one major truth: I will not always make decisions that will make me universally popular.  When leading, we must always put our followers first; we must always do our best for our … Continue reading

How To Deal With Water Cooler Talk


 Water cooler talks are those nasty, backstabbing, grumble sessions that employees like to have from time to time at work. During those discussions negativity takes the lead and gossip rules the day. Nothing good ever comes from it and yet it is a very popular pastime in a lot of workplaces. “I like to refer … Continue reading

What makes a Superstar employee?


Find out here: http://www.ilstv.com/superstar-employees/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=DailyNewsletter    

How To Lead Generation “Y”


The members of the demographic, commonly known as Generation “Y” were born between the years 1981 and 1994, which makes them ages 17 to 30 in year 2011. They are the young up-and-coming leaders of society. There are a lot of them, and since they will soon fill most of the jobs being given up by … Continue reading

Take Your Business Back!


I often hear from managers that employees have more power than their bosses. Studies have shown that the majority of workers in North America do not want to move into a management role. The current trend toward servant leadership and participative management has created a lot of very good results, but in many cases it has … Continue reading

Ego and Success


Winners, losers and survivors exist all around us. The world is full of people who become famous through excellent results alongside those who gain notoriety because of poor performance. Interestingly, mediocrity is much more common than success or failure in most areas of human endeavour. Most people get by, but seldom excel despite the fact … Continue reading

Are You A Servant Leader Or A Leadership Warrior?


I have called upon the leaders of the world to start a LEADERSHIP REVOLUTION. In order to make my dream become a reality, we need to employ some proactive, aggressive action right away. One of the most common terms used for good leadership these days is SERVANT LEADERSHIP. Although I am a proponent of that … Continue reading

Let’s Start A Leadership Revolution!


I have dedicated the last decade of my life to the proposition that there are no bad employees…just bad leaders. Because my words have fallen on a number of deaf ears in the world of executive boardrooms, I have decided to start a Leadership Revolution. The old, Traditional, Boomer ways of leading will not work … Continue reading

The Four Ageements


Check out the Four Agreements Here: http://www.ilstv.com/the-four-agreements-2/

Who Needs Wisdom?


This is my favourite definition of wisdom: “Good sense; the ability to make sensible decisions and judgments based on personal knowledge and experience.”   Note that good sense requires personal knowledge and experience in order to be effective. Wisdom cannot grow and flourish in isolation. When one operates with poor or potentially harmful personal knowledge or … Continue reading

Social Media Etiquette?


Click here to listen to a short video on social media etiquette:  http://www.ilstv.com/electronic-hit-and-run-2/

Managing Your Time In The Cyber World


There is a lot of talk about time management these days. In fact, in these times when technology is bringing new and better innovations to every person on earth at lightning speed, most people have trouble finding time to do everything that is available to them. Business leaders are always on the lookout for new … Continue reading

DO YOU KNOW HOW OTHERS SEE YOU?


We all wake up each morning with a personal vision of ourselves. We look in the mirror and see ourselves staring back, with bleery eyes and messy hair. When we see the way we look, we immediately set about improving our appearance. We shower, shave, wash, comb our hair, put on makeup if we are … Continue reading

Positive Passion Leads To Success


  “Genuine leaders never pursue or expect adulation or “star” status. When they receive it, they accept it graciously and move on to the next challenge. Leadership is not about personal victory. It is about winning through teamwork and positive energy by and for every member of the team.”                         ∞Wayne Kehl∞ My book, “A … Continue reading

Nothing ever gets done without hard work!


Have a listen to this short video about perseverance: http://www.ilstv.com/do-you-have-perseverance/

Easter Is For Leaders


Easter is a holiday celebrated each spring in many countries throughout the world. It is essentially a Christian religious celebration based on the scriptures which indicate that Jesus rose from the dead on the third day after his crucifixion. Each year we celebrate the resurrection on Easter Sunday. Interestingly, Easter can be considered a moveable feast … Continue reading

The Butterfly Effect


The Butterfly Effect The Butterfly Effect is a scientific theory that essentially says that a small change at one place in a complex system can have large effects elsewhere. Originally part of the Chaos Theory, numerous scientists throughout modern history have concluded that this happens even though these systems are deterministic, meaning that their future … Continue reading

Lead By Example


Be at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbours, and let every New Year find you a better man or woman.   Benjamin Franklin  Oh, if we could all just follow Benjamin Franklin’s advice, what a wonderful world it would be. Why must we all find fault with each other while carrying anger and … Continue reading

Christmas All Year Long


I will honour Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year.”  ~ Charles Dickens (1812-1870), English author. From ‘A Christmas Carol’.   I was quite taken by this quote from Charles Dickens. This line from “A Christmas Carol” reminds us of the fact that for most people, the true spirit of kindness … Continue reading

Pessimism Is The Enemy Of Ambition And The Killer of Dreams


Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.   – Helen Keller Helen Keller lived from 1880 to 1968…an incredible 88 years. Although she was blind and deaf from childhood, she played a big part in changing our world for the better. She was a university graduate, … Continue reading

Think Before You Speak!


Wise men talk because they have something to say… fools, because they have to say something.  – Plato  Plato lived from 428 BC to 348 BC and even then, one of the largest human problems that philosophers of the day grappled with was a lack of open, honest communication. Nothing has changed in over two … Continue reading

You Only Have One Life to Live!


“Good Times; Bad Times; You know I had my share…”  Led Zeppelin 1968  The above line from Led Zeppelin was written by the famous rockers 42 years ago and yet, it still has meaning today. I am a fan of Led Zeppelin partly because of my age and my love of screaming guitars, but chiefly … Continue reading

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