Communication is a critical skill.

Communication

Dave Kinnear1-On Leadership, 3-LI, Blog

Transcript: Hello! Today, we’re diving deep into a vital topic, communication. More specifically, we’ll be discussing how to strike the right balance in communicating your vision and values and how to gauge the effectiveness of your communication. I am Dave Kinnear, Board Certified Coach, and Certified Veteran Development Coach. Welcome back to our Leadership Insight Podcast, the show about developing …

AI and Moral Panic

Dave Kinnear1-On Leadership, 3-LI, Blog

Hey there, business leaders and entrepreneurs! You might have encountered this phrase once or twice: “AI isn’t going to take your job, but someone who knows how to use AI will.” It sums up where we are in this digital revolution. It’s not about robots taking over but more about how well we humans can work with these high-tech tools. …

Be-Do-Have

Dave Kinnear1-On Leadership, Blog

The “Be, Do, Have” framework is a powerful concept in personal development and success that can also be applied to leadership and people development. By emphasizing the importance of becoming the right kind of leader, taking the necessary actions, and ultimately achieving the desired outcomes, this approach can help foster more effective and engaged leaders who drive their teams toward …

prime rib roast beef

Stop-Start-Continue

Dave Kinnear1-On Leadership, 3-LI, Blog

Today, I want to share a short story with you. A newly married couple was cooking their first Sunday meal together. The young woman began preparing an excellent beef roast while the man prepared the vegetables. As they worked, the man noticed that his wife sliced off both ends of the roast and then rolled it in spiced flour. Curious, …

Five Frogs

A Tale of Five Frogs

Dave Kinnear1-On Leadership, 3-LI, Blog

Today, I want to talk about something that’s been on my mind for a while. In the mid-1100s, the French Abbot Bernard of Clairvaux first coined the saying, “The road to hell is paved with good intentions.” Well, let me tell you, that saying has rung true in my life more times than I care to admit. But enough about …