Why The Peter Principle Is Only Half Right

Why The Peter Principle Is Only Half Right

The Leadership Buffer Principle Covers it All Back in 1969, Dr. Peter and Raymond Hull wrote and published a book called The Peter Principle, where they helped popularize the notion that people tend to rise to their “level of incompetence.” In other words,...
Which Are You: Boss, Manager, or Leader?

Which Are You: Boss, Manager, or Leader?

There isn’t one best answer. Many of us reach a point in our careers or in the growth of our companies when we find ourselves in a position of having people to report to us. It’s a mark of some professional success. The question arises as to the kind of...
How Do You Develop Executive Gravitas?

How Do You Develop Executive Gravitas?

It’s not performance or work ethic – but they help Every great leader has something in common. They have gravitas, which is to say they have executive weight, a presence that people respect and want to follow. Yes, they also need to have intellectual...