Do you struggle to trust your employees or employers? Perhaps you’re thinking about trust the wrong way. Author Dalton Kehoe offers his perspective on a new way to envision trust, and how you can look at trust in a new light. It might help you grow your work relationships and achieve more of your goals.
Are you exhibiting behaviors that might be sending the wrong message? As a leader it is your responsibility to make sure your team is happy. Susan Ford Collins offers an example of a scenario where a stronger leader could have stopped a successful employee from jumping ship, and how you can do the same.
Are you dreading the performance review conversation where you have to deliver bad news? As natural as it may be, this conversation can be the difference between turning your employee’s career around and having to fire him altogether. Paul Falcone and Winston tan explain how you can have this conversation and use it as a springboard to success.
Your technical jargon and business speak is getting lost on your audiences. According to Craig Bentley, however, there are ways for you to turn that technical information into a more memorable presentation. See his advice on how to portray your knowledge in a more memorable way.
Do you feel like your time is wasted when you’re dragged into a meeting? While this feeling is becoming more common, Paul Axtell argues that meetings are still valuable in today’s workplace. See five reasons why it is worth your time to continue having meetings, and how you can hold more effective meetings.
Are your employees resisting the change you feel could jump start your organization? Change is difficult, but it is up to you to inspire your team to grow together. See what Juliane Parsons says is the best way to get your team onboard with change by taking an innovative approach.
Are you using your time in the most effective ways? Chances are, you are wasting valuable time on tasks that don’t need to take as long as they do. Glen Justice has studied the use of business briefings in the workplace, and has some tips to help manage your time. See what a recent study says about how much time people spend writing briefings, and how you can cut that number down.