What Are Your Dreams for 2017?

Recently, a friend and I were talking about setting goals for the new year. One of my questions to him was, “What do you dream to accomplish in 2017?”  He replied, “That’s a good question”, then paused for a while and eventually said “I can’t answer your question, because I don’t know what I would dream to accomplish this year.  I really have not thought about it!”

Bobby Albert asks the question, "What are your dreams for 2017?" 

Lone Ranger Decision-Making

For years I was “Mr. Idea Man” in our company. But that was my job, wasn’t it? As the leader of the company, I thought it was my duty to generate the ideas and map out how to implement them. Eventually, I learned that there was a better way to lead my team. I discovered a method for increasing innovation and managing change at the same time.

Bobby discusses how every leader can improve their decision-making and learn more about motivation by reviewing the last two statements in the survey! 

Volunteer Leadership

Little did I know that in 1983 I would be asked to be the President of my local Rotary Club, an international volunteer service organization.  A few weeks before I started, I asked our Board of Directors if it would be okay for me to arrange an off-site club assembly at the home of one of our members.  Volunteer Leadership

Bobby discusses volunteer leadership and explains the importance of participative decision-making to achieve goals and increase motivation!

 

Gratitude is the source of a Happy Thanksgiving

Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today and creates a vision for tomorrow.

Melody Beattie

The Journey from Young Entrepreneur to Effective Leader

I started working in my father’s moving business when I was very young. One of my first jobs was folding the pads used to protect furniture and the like during cross-town (and cross-country) moves.

Bobby Albert discusses The Road of Leadership and the importance of motivating, encouraging, and guiding those around us to become an effective leader!

I took pride in the task and tried to fold every pad with excellence. In fact, the moving crews used to call me the “automatic pad folder”.

Little did I know, but my early years working on the trucks and in the warehouse were my first steps on the road of entrepreneurship.

Two Problems That Can Sink Any Leader

I remember my days as a young leader.  Some days, it seemed like I was on top of the world. Other days, I wanted to beat my head against the wall in my office!  More often than not, my problems stemmed from people. But what I learned one day in 1989 would rock my leadership world and save my head from being used as a hammer!

Bobby Albert reveals two problems, including the iceberg of ignorance, that can sink any leader.