The most popular excuse for missing resolutions is, “I don’t have time.” However, there is a difference in spending time being busy, and spending time being effective.Read More
Evaluating Leadership Training for Results
One of the challenges in evaluating training is how organizations go about measuring and communicating the value of it. Most organizations review how participants have reacted to the training. Employees talk about what they liked or didn’t like about the event itself. In today’s competitive world, that just isn’t good enough.Read More
Whole Systems Approach to Leadership
We believe that people are complex systems comprised of characteristics and traits that are connected and interdependent. The idea of considering interconnectedness or “whole systems” applies to individual management development as well as to leadership development for organizations.Read More
What is Micromanaging?
. Most managers would probably prefer to be called anything rather than a “micromanager”. What we see more often than micromanagers are leaders who abdicate essential management responsibilities for fear of being perceived as micromanaging.Read More
Stranded Effort is Detrimental to Performance
Stranded efforts lead to little chance of meaningful contributions I recently had the opportunity to spend some time with one […]Read More
Commit to Leadership
At any level, the impact of an individual in a leadership or management role is huge. When that impact is bad, it can negatively multiply into the lives of all the people involved.Read More
Are Your Employees Engaged?
Employee engagement has never been more important to achieve positive rates of retention that businesses need for productivity and growth.Read More
Revealing Your Failures to Your Employees
There are no perfect leaders, only individuals put in positions of authority who pretend to be perfect and those who […]Read More