As discussed in Part 1, leaders need to be quite a bit different going forward than they have been in the past. The reason? Technology. Every aspect of the business world is driven by technology. Who better to steer the ship? Those… Read more »
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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 »
As technology has progressed to make our life “easier”, most Americans are more stressed than ever! In fact, workplace stress is considered the health epidemic of the 21st century, per The Huffington Post. What was supposed to help us work… Read more »
Two Heads are Better than One Asking for help is a sign of weakness. What?!? People who truly believe that are not necessarily successful. The most successful people in history have looked to a team of people in order achieve… Read more »
In order to relate to others there are many kinds for intelligence that come into play. In our May blog “Does Emotional Intelligence Trump Intellectual Quotient?” we explained the importance of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) which is the practice of… Read more »
There have been a profound number of changes to minimize the gap between the genders over the last 50 years, but there still is one, make no mistake about it. Although it is not as blatant as it used to… Read more »
Holacracy Gives Power to the People Founded by Brian Robertson, a programmer with no management experience, holacracy is based upon solving problems with teams focused on specific objectives or job duties. In an interview on livemint.com, Brian Robertson states that… Read more »
Successful Teams Must Have Trust Successful productive businesses have strong cohesive teams. Not just groups of talented individuals working independently, trudging along to reach a somewhat unified goal or idea. To have a productive team, trust among team members is key…. Read more »
EI Shows Signs of Catching On In 1990,psychologists Peter Salovey and John Mayer introduced the concept of Emotional Intelligence, or commonly referred to as EI. This type of intelligence is the capacity to practice self-awareness to better understand ourselves, which in… Read more »
Nurture Creative Thoughts and Actions Cultivate Courage Through Confidence Is innovation lacking in your workplace? If so, the culprit could be a work environment that is squelching courageous behavior in employees. Before an employee can tap into their courage, they… Read more »
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