A quick reminder, as a manager and leader, your people are your work.
Six out of ten people in our organizations are not bringing anywhere near their best to work. #1 leadership issue in 2012 needs to be retention and engagement.
excellence is not an end state. It’s an organizational state of being that’s characterized by continuous movement in pursuit of ever-higher achievement.
What are the unintended consequences of how we are leading? Focus on both the results and the behaviors that lead to those results.
Rebuilding leadership trust and our relationships with those we work with is a critical component of engagement and for moving our companies forward in 2012.
I recently receive the following as part of a longer post from the Human Capital Institute and it instantly caught my attention: “In the context of an organization where people ideally share purpose, the power of knowing “why” each of us chooses our role helps us be more productive. “It’s often difficult to do […]
Twitter. Facebook. LinkedIn Social media is more and more a part of everyone’s life. While it used to be the realm of many of our teenage children, it is now considered an almost […]
You’ve got a great product, the right people, and finely tuned processes, but there is a huge roadblock to your personal success, your team’s success, maybe even your organization’s success — toxic relationships. We’ve all experienced toxic relationships at work. They interfere with the ability to move the organization forward. They inhibit productivity. They have […]