Do you have employees who are disengaged with their team or their work in general? Before you hit the FIRE button, consider what Angie Morgan and Courtney Lynch share in this week’s Tip.
There’s so much negative press about meetings and how they are a waste of time. I was intrigued when I read this week’s Tip by Jill Geisler about when meetings are beneficial.
What’s the best way to acknowledge someone? This week’s Tip by Loren Ekroth provides suggestions on the use of praise to reward people.
I love a good story! Don’t you? I agree with what Angie Morgan and Courtney Lynch share in this week’s Tip about using storytelling to share your leadership vision.
The words a leader uses can empower people or cut them down. This week’s Tip by Helio Fred Garcia asks you to consider the effectiveness of your communication.
In this week’s Tip, Amy Lyman shares a metaphor using the collaboration and contribution that each part of the orchestra adds to make the piece outstanding. She then applies that to business. A great reminder!
This week’s Tip by Chris Widener reminds us that leaders are needed. Others are depending on you to take on your leadership role. What’s stopping you?
“How do I share my ideas so that my team sees what I see?” James asked at the beginning of our coaching session last week. This week’s Tip by Peter Jensen discusses the importance of communicating using imagery to enhance performance.
When my clients are avoiding making a decision, I have them imagine the best result and the worst result of their decision. This process gets the issues on the table so they can be dealt with. Many times, they see that their indecision is only making things worse. This week’s Tip by Neil Ducoff provides additional thoughts on decision making for leaders.
What would happen in our political campaigns if candidates lead with heartfelt salutations? Would it bring unity? This week’s Tip by Stephen Lundin and Bob Nelson shares the origins of this idea from the Ubuntu.