Who’s steering this ship anyway? The definition of leader is quite a bit different today than in the past. The reason? Technology. We are in a digital age my friends make no mistake. Every aspect of the business world is… Read more »
Team building is essential for organizational success. If co-workers can not effectively work together to foster creativity and solve problems, the chances for positive change is slim to none. This is why when considering the next team building event it’s… Read more »
I love resistant participants…you know the ones with their arms folded and scowls on their faces that declare their goal for the day is not to participate. They have the most to learn. I thrive on that challenge! It’s not ideal, but… Read more »
2016 was a very stressful and tumultuous year. With the crazy election and the bad blood that just won’t go away, it is easy to stay in a high-alert state for the remainder of 2017. Don’t fall into the same… Read more »
Having an effective employee team building day falls on the shoulders of the facilitator, but also the participants. Of course the participants are the real key, but if brainstorming and cooperation among participants is not realized, there is zero chance… Read more »
As the pace quickens in our high-speed society, it’s increasingly important to turn at times, to good old-fashioned storytelling – an ancient art that feeds the hungry soul. This is especially true when taking on the role of facilitator for… Read more »
Teams are made up of individuals. Sounds blatantly obvious, doesn’t it? More often that not, team building focuses on organizational mandates and goals only. What motivates the team and what makes up each individual within the team is often overlooked…. Read more »
My experience as a success coach for educators has shown me that there is no doubt that educators have a unique audience to cater to when teaching in the classroom. Unlike participants in the professional world, students have a unique… Read more »
Everyone knows that most New Year’s resolutions are made to be broken. Who hasn’t said that their resolution in the upcoming year is to lose weight and make more money? Research shows that around 45% of all Americans make New Year’s resolutions, but only… Read more »
Everyone has heard of New Year’s resolutions for personal growth. What about New Year’s resolutions for professional team growth? The end of 2016 is rapidly approaching, make sure to refresh and recharge the team at work in order to reach… Read more »
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