Category Archives: Leadership
We all know that Olympic athletes spend years, sometimes decades, honing their craft. Customarily, they practice hours upon hours several days a week; they focus and concentrate on their competence, and give it everything they have. There are days when everything is going right — they feel strong and ready, and their movements are on point. Then, there are days when things don’t go so well — they are sore, tired, and out of sync with their sport, but nonetheless, they keep moving forward. Surely, not all of us can be top athletes, but there is something that can be said for their work ethic and drive. The question is: Do we put the same amount of preparation, training, and enthusiasm towards our occupations as Read the full article…
Unless you have turned off all electronics, have not read a newspaper, or have not stepped outside your door for weeks, everyone has heard of the new addiction called Pokémon Go, the app that lets you wander the streets, workplace, and outdoors searching for imaginary creatures to catch. Now, think back to not even a month ago. If a coworker told you that they spent hours staring at their screens walking around trying to ‘throw’ imaginary balls at an object that was not really there, you may have raised a questioning eyebrow, but by now it has become part of a normal day to see individuals actively searching for or running after Pokémon. After observing this phenomenon for several days, I found several connections to Read the full article…
It’s difficult to know which direction to guide people without a sound understanding of where they’re coming from.
Knowing how to appropriately handle a crisis ahead of time can help ensure you will handle it with optimal levels of ease, grace and efficiency.
Quality assurance professionals are a crucial component of any successful business. However, the power needed to ensure a job done right provide is challenged by a lack of influence.
With millennials now dominating the workforce, it’s important to understand their leadership styles.
Emotional intelligence can be used to predict the success and performance of employees.
You don’t get asked to speak at a college graduation unless you’ve mastered the art of leadership.
It’s time to take an honest look at your leadership style.
Leading a team means allowing them to learn along the way.