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Making The Most Of Video Conferencing

So many things have changed in recent months for people and industries throughout the world because of the novel coronavirus pandemic. One change that may have longer lasting impact than others is how members within organizations stay connected while being apart. Businesses, schools, agencies, churches, etc. have all started implementing video conferencing on a larger

2021-10-07T16:59:14-04:00By |Leadership Tips, Uncategorized, Workplace Tips|Comments Off on Making The Most Of Video Conferencing

The Achiever Pre-Employment Assessment: What Business Owners Should Know

Hiring the wrong people can wreak havoc on an organization in more ways than one. From a financial standpoint, the U.S. Department of Labor estimates that the price tag for a bad hire is around 30% of that person’s first-year earnings. Bad hires can cost a larger company millions of dollars in losses each year.

2021-10-17T19:05:33-04:00By |Uncategorized|Comments Off on The Achiever Pre-Employment Assessment: What Business Owners Should Know

How To Become An Indispensable Employee

The job market is fluid, and depending on the economy and other internal factors, organizations can find themselves needing to cut workers or restructure to stay afloat or streamline expenses. So what can you, as an employee, do to make yourself a team member that your company won't want to lose? Every organization has employees

2018-10-12T10:21:00-04:00By |Uncategorized|Comments Off on How To Become An Indispensable Employee

Labor Day Is Good For Leaders, Too

Have you ever really stopped to consider why Americans celebrate Labor Day? Most people enjoy it because the extra day off gives them a three-day weekend at the end of summer for one final barbeque or one last getaway before school. Few people reflect on the movement that forged the holiday's existence or the sacrifices

2018-09-03T08:50:00-04:00By |Uncategorized|Comments Off on Labor Day Is Good For Leaders, Too

The Principle Of Reciprocity Can Work For You

Quid pro quo is a noun that means something given or received for something else, which is very close to its original Latin meaning of something for something. Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster repeatedly used the term in conversation as Foster's character, FBI agent Clarice Starling, interviewed Hannibal Lecter (Hopkins) in 1991's Oscar-winning The Silence

2018-07-31T07:56:00-04:00By |Uncategorized|Comments Off on The Principle Of Reciprocity Can Work For You

Leadership Development –Six Tips For Delegating Tasks In The Workplace

An important leadership skill that any good leader must master is the ability to delegate tasks. This is especially difficult for “helicopter managers” (those who hover over employees, micromanaging every aspect of a task). Conversely, there are other managers who delegate just about everything to others to avoid actually working themselves. Neither approach is balanced

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Achieving Your GOOOOOOOOOOAAAAALS!

What do 2018 World Cup teams and your business have in common? You both need goals to survive and advance. Achieving goals isn't easy either on the soccer field or in the corporate world, but there are lessons we can learn from elite World Cup teams that can be applied to managing companies. Start with

2018-06-29T08:09:00-04:00By |Uncategorized|Comments Off on Achieving Your GOOOOOOOOOOAAAAALS!

The Value Of Knowing When To Walk Away

Nearly every country music fan is familiar with these lyrics from "The Gambler" by Kenny Rogers: "You got to know when to hold 'em. Know when to fold 'em. Know when to walk away, and know when to run." The principle expressed in these lines is offered as advice for life by a gambler to

2018-06-15T14:39:00-04:00By |Uncategorized|Comments Off on The Value Of Knowing When To Walk Away

How To Turn Failure Into Successful Goal Achievement

Sometimes we set goals for ourselves that we are unable to achieve for one reason or another. What should you do when you fail to meet a goal? While it can be easy to "throw in the towel" and give up on your goal, here are some other options to consider: Tips for Turning Failure

2018-05-16T12:12:00-04:00By |Uncategorized|Comments Off on How To Turn Failure Into Successful Goal Achievement

What Leadership Is Not: Distinguishing Between True Leadership And Pure Ambition

Much confusion exists today about the definition of leadership. Our society has trouble distinguishing between those individuals who have made remarkable achievements and positive contributions within their organizations and those who are highly ambitious and claw their way to the top using whatever tactics necessary. Listen to the podcast:  What Leadership Is Not - Distinguishing

2018-05-01T00:00:00-04:00By |Uncategorized|Comments Off on What Leadership Is Not: Distinguishing Between True Leadership And Pure Ambition
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