Senior Correspondent

A Seasoned View of the World

Dan Rockwell

Dan Rockwell

Dan Rockwell is author of the popular Leadership Freak Blog. He has 35 years' experience as a public speaker and teacher, and 15 years’ experience as a consultant. Currently, Dan resides in central Pennsylvania with his wife, Dale. He leads a local nonprofit organization, writes, teaches, and coaches in the leadership and social media arenas. Follow Dan on Twitter at @leadershipfreak or email him at

Articles from Dan Rockwell

How to Interrupt Others and Get to the Point

By Dan Rockwell

March 9, 2017

Rambling in conversations happens all the time. With these tips, you can minimize unnecessary stories and tangents.  Read more »

How Leaders Expand Their Future and Enhance Their Success

By Dan Rockwell

February 23, 2017

Isolated leaders tell others they don’t matter whether they intend to or not. Demonstrate the value and importance of relationships by connecting with coworkers individually. Read more »

10 Heart-Based Questions That Produce The Very Best Decisions

By Dan Rockwell

February 9, 2017

Leaders find new options, clarity and energy by asking heart-based questions. First, generate options the traditional way. Then consider character and heart. Read more »

You Aren't Fit to Lead if Your Greatest Strength is Seeing Weakness

By Dan Rockwell

February 2, 2017

Ineffective leaders find fault like it’s the only thing leaders do. Read more »

How to Try Again

By Dan Rockwell

May 10, 2016

Sometimes you feel like quitting. It might be after a big win or before a huge challenge. Maybe progress is slow or the goal is out of sight.Quitting is most tempting when pushing through matters most. Success is taking another step, again.12 Things ... Read more »

Leadership Auditions

By Dan Rockwell

April 22, 2016

Dan Rockwell offers advice on choosing people for leadership roles.  Read more »

What It Means to Be a Team

By Dan Rockwell

March 26, 2016

In a growing organization, leadership roles are frequently redrafted. Leadership grows with the growth of the organization or both stagnate and die. In a growing organization, leaders have to become novices again and again.Growth is a process of letting go so others can take ... Read more »

Bring a Sharing and Caring Attitude to the Way You Lead

By Dan Rockwell

March 17, 2016

Regret at the end hurts more than dissatisfaction at the beginning: * You don’t want what you wanted. * You aren’t getting where you want to go. * You don’t like who you’ve become.When you’re disappointed with yourself, it doesn’t matter what others say. Read more »

More from Dan Rockwell »


Stay up-to-date on articles by Dan Rockwell and other Senior Correspondents.

Senior Correspondent

We are journalists and essayists, bloggers and pundits, professional and non-professional writers. Here we report on our lives and our world.
Learn more about our adventure in journalism.

Linked In Twitter Facebook