Monthly Archives: December 2016

Common Sense Business Communication Tips For Managers

Poor workplace communication is the number one complaint of many employees and employers. Not only is it incredibly frustrating, it also affects productivity, lowers morale, increases the risk of workplace accidents, and generally throws a monkey wrench in your operation. So how can you as a leader assure that you are communicating effectively with your staff? Here

How Good Leaders Handle Mistakes

Do you or others you work with suffer from “CYA” (cover your, well, you know…) syndrome? It happens to the best of us. Whether you are a work-from-home mom or the CEO of a large corporation, odds are you will make a mistake that results in hurt feelings, poor business decisions, or worse. Harry Truman

Tips For Dealing With Confrontational Co-Workers

A common issue that we all have to deal with from time to time is confrontational co-workers. How do you deal with this type of individual? This article provides helpful tips to help you work through this difficult scenario. First and foremost, it is important to remember that a leader leads PEOPLE, not organizations. While

How To Get Rid Of Your “Invisible Horses”: Breaking Free From Outdated Habits And Mindsets

In 1940, shortly after the start of World War 2, Adolf Hitler attempted to overtake the British Isles by launching “Operation Sea Lion.” The first step in his plan was to annihilate the British Royal Air Force, which protected Britain from invasion. Step two was to initiate an amphibious invasion across the English Channel and

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