Strata Leadership Blog

Leadership and Coaching Stories for Real Journeys

Great leaders know that long-term success is not just a matter of knowledge and skills. It takes character and competence to overcome the traditional problems businesses face and create a positive, engaging, and productive workplace culture.

 

The Strata Leadership blog will guide you through your leadership journey with insightful tips, tricks, and thought-provoking questions, helping you become the leader you are meant to be.

Feeling Stressed?

Feeling Stressed?

by [popup_anything id="2475"] According to the American Psychological Association (apa.org), there are three primary types of stress. They include: 1) Acute, 2) Episodic Acute and 3) Chronic Stress. In the minds of many, the concept of being able to “withstand stress...

Developing High Potential Employees

Developing High Potential Employees

by [popup_anything id="2475"] Through the Institute for Emerging Leaders (IEL), our goal is to partner with organizations to help provide an intensive learning experience for high potential employees. Before we got too far down the road in our planning, we thought it...

Lessons on Leadership

Lessons on Leadership

by [popup_anything id="2475"] One of my favorite leadership quotes is, “Humility connects people.  Arrogance separates.”  I first heard that statement a little over twenty years ago, and it has been a guiding principle since.  Although the quote is a maxim and there...

Building Relationships

Building Relationships

by [popup_anything id="2475"] One of the reasons why I think leadership is so difficult is because leaders look at problem-solving differently than most people.  In my experience, not only are leaders comfortable identifying and solving problems, they are happiest...

Avoiding the Storm

Avoiding the Storm

by [popup_anything id="2475"] If there was ever a question of the value of discretion, the rise of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and other social media outlets should end the argument.  In an instant, the e-mail you wrote while angry can be forwarded to colleagues or...