Courage and Consequences: An Interview with Congressional Candidate Moe Davis

From Bill: the following article is an interview I had with Colonel Moe Davis (ret.) who is currently running as a Congressional candidate for North Carolina’s District 11. Here, he discusses the courage and humility it requires to step into a

Coaching Tips

Hey GLC readers! I hope you and your families are doing well! We’re already into August of this crazy year,  and much of the world has opened back up amid the ongoing COVID pandemic, trying to return to “normal.” In some parts of this

Leaders Use Lead-Ups to Prepare Their Teams for the Future

As a leader, you have two primary jobs: 1) leave the company better off than you found it, and 2) leave people better off than you found them. The former is achieved through the latter. Thus, you have to keep sight of

7 Ways To Improve Your Professionalism

Two women of color sitting at a table working

At Giant Leap Consulting, we understand the need for professionalism. In fact, we offer an entire professionalism workshop which highlights the following 7 characteristics. These focal points are designed to help you and your company improve

All Hail Supreme General Hubris

Hubris is a commanding general, the guy in charge. The more hubristic a leader is, the more wanton, unrestrained, and degenerate he will be. You see General Hubris doing his work when a leader exchanges self-restraint