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The value of regular feedback

Drive Results With Regular Feedback

By | Posted Jan 13, 2017 | 5 Comments

What’s the value of regular feedback? It allows managers and employees to build a rapport based on mentorship and mutual […]

uncivil workplace behavior

To Cure Uncivil Workplace Behavior, Try A Feedback Loop

By | Posted Dec 28, 2016

Don’t underestimate feedback. As Marshall Goldsmith said, “People will do something—including changing their behavior—only if it can be demonstrated that doing so is in their own best interests as defined by their own values.”

The importance of a leader’s attitude

Bringing The Right Leadership Attitude To Work

By | Posted Dec 23, 2016

The leadership attitude and confidence you demonstrate in the office—especially during tough times—have a big effect on your team. Watch here as Jason Ackerman, the co-founder and CEO […]

Managing stress at work

Minimizing Your Team’s Stress

By | Posted Dec 21, 2016

Managers need to address factors that may have a negative effect on the work team. Stress in the workplace is one such factor. Given the pressures […]

unexpected employee turnover

4 Ways To Avoid Unexpected Employee Turnover

By | Posted Dec 19, 2016

The typical person changes jobs over 11 times in their career. With average tenures in the low single digits, turnover has become part of life. But you have the choice to be proactive. Keep surprises to a minimum, and you won’t be blindsided by unexpected employee turnover.

difficult conversations

Awareness And Intention: Critical Skills For Difficult Conversations

By | Posted Nov 14, 2016 | 1 Comment

Leaders often avoid difficult conversations because they either don’t have the skills, or they fear all the emotions that may arise. The key is setting a conscious intention to guide the dialogue.

career advice from Sheryl Sandberg

You’ll Want To Take This Career Advice From Sheryl Sandberg

By | Posted Nov 8, 2016

At a recent event, this question was posed to respected leader Sheryl Sandberg: “What’s the number one thing you look for in someone who can scale with a company?” Her answer may (or may not) surprise you.

business relationships

Business Relationships: With A Slim Margin of Error, Why Take Chances?

By | Posted Nov 4, 2016 | 3 Comments

Leadership and management books are usually about strengthening the solid lines in complex organization charts. However, sometimes the best approach is not complex, but really simple and straightforward. Yet this simplicity can be very profound.

leadership qualities

The Best Leadership Qualities Are Also The Rarest

By | Posted Nov 1, 2016

What are the best leadership qualities? Watch as Les McKeown, president of Predictable Success, explains why good leaders are those who help everyone reach their goals—without thinking of themselves as heroes.

being honest with co-workers

Being Honest With Co-Workers — Without Being A Jerk

By | Posted Oct 20, 2016

Watch as Kim Scott, former Google director and author of Radical Candor, explains how to “personalize” your approach to talking with colleagues, leading to more productive interactions.

managing introverts

Managing Introverts: 5 Ways To Get It Right

By | Posted Oct 19, 2016 | 1 Comment

Chances are you have at least a couple of introverts on your team. The first step to managing introverts is understanding that their introversion is not a defect or fault—they merely derive their energy from a different source.

strategy and culture

Fuse Strategy And Culture For People-First Leadership

By | Posted Oct 17, 2016

In most cases, you need both the right strategy and a strong culture. However, if you recognize that culture can be a unique way of competing, you will discover that it may in fact be the essence and heart of the strategy.

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