DR. RAND FANDRICH
Dr. Rand Fandrich is an experienced HR scholar/practitioner in the private and public sectors; Higher Education Administration; International HR Adviser/Trainer; and the Founder of the Expatriate Foundation.
I have been connected to Dave Anderson for quite some time and when I began this series and started looking for individuals to interview he certainly made the list. Not only does Dave have an impressive military background, but he also has a leadership background beyond that which is just as impressive.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
I am always on the lookout for interesting people to interview and when I came across Diana Peterson-More I was hoping she would say yes. Since we share a background in Human Resources, I could hardly wait to get her opinion and perspective on the profession as well as her experiences over the course of her career.
BE THE LEADER THAT'S INSIDE YOU
I believe everyone has the potential and opportunity to be a leader no matter their status, education or position they hold. Everything we do has the potential to affect, influence and potentially change someone else’s life. Sooner or later we will be a role model to someone else. It is our choice if it is a positive or negative experience for them and us.
“A crisis is an opportunity riding the dangerous wind.” ~ Chinese Proverb
Leading in crisis is about having command of oneself in order to lead others through it. This means being a role model, having command of your own emotions and being able to maintain a cool head and focus.
What are your thoughts on "managing up"?
Managing up is valuable and critical to your career and the success of your team and organization. With that being said it is important to know how your organization and your boss function to stay within the boundaries of your responsibilities.
Nellie Bly was a groundbreaking investigative journalist who went undercover as a patient in an insane asylum in order to expose abuses there in 1887.
The following year, another assignment saw her turn the novel Around the World in Eighty Days into reality when she traveled around the globe herself — in just 72 days.
Jackie Robinson becomes the first African American to be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Do you know your leadership style?Each month I will highlight a different leadership style.
The coaching leader recognizes and identifies the strengths of their people and focuses on developing those while minimizing weaknesses.This type of leader recognized how they can create an environment that motivates individuals for improvement and will assist in setting smart goals while also providing regular constructive feedback. The coaching leader sets clear expectations and stretches the capabilities of others while also holding them accountable.
According to survey data (clomedia.com),
A unique and personal look into what makes a good leader from the perspective of individual experience.
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