Leadership Principle #6

Leadership Principle #6

Reflect, Don’t Deflect In this summer of 2020, we are experiencing a health crisis due to COVID-19 that hasn’t been seen in a century.  The response to the virus has led to a financial crisis and a mental health crisis due to physical distancing efforts to...
Leadership Principle #8

Leadership Principle #8

Delegation in Leadership Letting go of the ‘I have to do it all myself’ mentality and learning to delegate. Leadership is a term that can mean many things to people. To some, it means being a decision maker. To others, it means coordinating the decisions within a...
Leadership Principle #10

Leadership Principle #10

Ownership and Empowerment “I understand how I am empowered, and how my work impacts the organization’s business goals.” This is one of the survey questions from Brindley Engineering’s (BE) recent Engagement Survey that is sent to employees periodically throughout the...
Leading in Challenging Times

Leading in Challenging Times

Tips for Leading Remote Teams & Staying Connected  Today’s professional workplace has changed quite a bit recently. We live in a world where entire economies can be impacted by as little as a tweet. Information is available at our fingertips and organizations are...
Q&A with Brindley Engineering Leadership

Q&A with Brindley Engineering Leadership

This summer, Brindley Engineering sent 2 groups of current and future leaders to a leadership course conducted by Echelon Front. Echelon Front’s mission is to educate, train, mentor, and inspire leaders and organizations to achieve total victory. Echelon Front offers...
Leadership Principle #9

Leadership Principle #9

Showing Ownership. We are a team. Everyone has stake in our collective success. When a 3-point shot is made during a basketball game, it is never due solely to the skills of the individual shooter.  One teammate sets a pick to get the shooter open, another rolls to...