The Bottom Lines 2019: 52 More Important Lessons in Leadership

The Bottom Lines 2019I am a Professional CEO Mentor. I continuously meet great leaders in my work, learning valuable lessons along the way. During my business career, I have collected hundreds of business lessons from my mentors, leaders, clients, and others. These teachings are brief, simple, powerful. And immediately useful.

The Bottom Lines 2019 is devoted to sharing more of the best lessons I have learned with my readers – a wide audience of business people: leaders, managers, and you.

Rather than the typical laborious business writings that we encounter, I write in a more conversational way – because I find that business wisdom is easier and more interesting to read and remember. Brevity counts. So does a touch of humor. 

My business path began with General Electric and Honeywell, and moved through midsize and startup companies, and a global nonprofit organization. My leadership roles included CEO, senior VP, and board member in Fortune 500, NASDAQ, Toronto Stock Exchange, and other companies. 

Today I am a professional CEO Mentor, Business Coach, and Leadership Developer. I write a weekly column, Leadership Lessons, for the Phoenix Business Journal and facilitate leadership seminars. Additionally, I mentor Arizona State University faculty members and students who have startup businesses, and serve on the advisory boards of Ottawa University and Maricopa County Community College District.

I have had a taste of everything from the broad buffet of business. Mostly satisfying. But with some occasional heartburn, too!

The Bottom Lines 2019 includes a wide variety of lessons from different business functions. Above all, they are useful for building better business. Proven stuff.

Now, you can read and benefit from such penetrating topics as:

  • Seven signs of a toxic workplace and how to clean it up
  • Micromanaging or empowering, or not sure?
  • No problems? Create some in seven easy steps
  • Missing anything? The one thing every leader must have
  • The uncomfortable convenience of pretending not to know

Each lesson ends with a short summary. Here is the one for Three steps to achieving Legacy Leadership:

The Bottom Lines

Decide now. What is the enduring legacy that you will leave for our world? Not your values, personality, or reputation. Leave three things: indelible visions, durable teams, and stellar products. These serve others. For good.

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