The Leadership Blog
This blog is a collection of lessons on various leadership topics authored by our fellowship’s members. We hope to share lessons and teach others to strengthen their leadership skills, through the experiences our members have had.
Fellowship members who want to submit a blog entry should reach out to [email protected].
Performance Reviews and the Feedback Sandwich – A Coaching Approach
Giving feedback and delivering performance reviews are two of the most fraught leadership (and management) responsibilities we can face; but they don’t have to be. The traditional ways of doing both are based on mostly one-way traffic, from the feeder to the fed, and that [Read More]
Leaders Need to Step Out of Their Comfort Zone
We all know that there's a difference between managers and leaders. Where managers obtain their influence by being appointed to a position, leaders obtain their influence through their behavior. If life was completely foreseeable and pre-determined, we wouldn’t need new leaders. Everyone could follow [Read More]
Tips & Tricks: Giving Effective Feedback
This post is part of our Tips & Tricks series, where we provide concise bullet-points of tips and tricks from fellow leaders on specific topics. Giving feedback is an important skill for any leader to continue to strengthen. While there is a myriad of [Read More]
Creating Redundancies for Volunteer & Member Appreciation
I was ready to quit. A few years ago, when I was 15 years into volunteering for the Rotary Club programs through their various young leader programs – Interact Club, Rotaract Club, and RYLA – I found myself at a crossroads where I was [Read More]