Paul Hermes on the InitiativeOne Leadership Podcast
Do you believe excellence is intentional?
In Episode 22 of the InitiativeOne Leadership Podcast, our host, Nick Nighbor, sits down with Paul Hermes, Director of Technology Services and Assessment for the Fond du Lac School District, to talk...
10 Signs of a Quiet Quitter
Do you know anyone that is resigned but is still on the job? What does that look like?
When we asked our leadership community to describe quiet quitting, leaders responded quickly.
Quiet quitters may be going through the motions, unmotivated,...
Quiet Quitting Team Cultures
Quiet quitting has taken the world by storm. The quick reactions show us more about our feelings toward others than the truth about quiet quitting.
Some people think it's a mirage. Others think the economy is falling apart.
It's more likely that quiet quitting is a...
Develop a Leadership Culture
Have you ever been on a dysfunctional team? Do you remember what it was like to be on that team?
You likely found yourself on one of two extremes. On one side of the coin lies a culture of command and control. Compliance is the bedrock of this culture. It runs on a...
Positive Change For Your Team Culture
What are your most significant leadership challenges?
It's easy to get abstract when talking about leadership. Leaders want to overcome fear. Leaders want to have more confidence. Leaders want to avoid burnout, stress, and anxiety.
I know of a dozen people who would pay you five thousand a year for telling them everyday that what is important is seldom urgent. Urgent equals ephemeral, and ephemeral equals unimportant.
(George Smiley in John le Carré's A Murder of Quality)