Leadership is all about relationships. Executives and business owners do not only take their business self to work, they also take their personal self, so they need to manage both professional and personal interactions in their day-to-day life. If there is stress from personal relationships outside of work, this may affect workplace interactions with customers, … Read More »
What do you do when you, as a leader, lose your motivation because you feel overwhelmed? How do you motivate your employees if you are not motivated yourself? This a common issue among business owners and senior executives that can be solved with the help of an Executive Coach.
Feeling Overwhelmed? Here’s Why…
In today’s information age, … Read More »
When I wrote about using hockey as a retention strategy, I wasn’t really writing about hockey, per se. I was writing about meaning.
It’s a strange thing, how we think about business and work being separate from life. Or how we think that executives and business leaders are one-dimensional and all about profit.
I’m the president of a … Read More »
Gotta confess: you’re not about to hear the usual recruiting-and-retention advice from me.
If you’re in a small town and working hard to attract and keep your skilled professionals, or recruiting specialists for far-flung international locales…
…then you already know it can be hard to hire great employees.
It can be even harder to keep them.
So this time around, I’m not going … Read More »
If there was ever a time to make a list, it’s now. The new year inspires us to itemize old practices that aren’t working and make a checklist of new, innovative ideas.
To be a great manager with an engaged, motivated, happy team, your to-do list is all about tossing motivational techniques that aren’t delivering and seeking new incentives to test. Whether you lead a tiny staff at a startup, a group of 60 at a large organization or a handful of pros gathered for a short-term project, finding a leadership style that energizes your team is crucial.