It seems you can’t get your employees to do anything right. They tell you one thing to get hired and then they get to the job and sit on their hands, or worse. You end every conversation with the thought “I can‘t believe I had to tell him/her to do that.” And slowly your faith in people slides further into the gutter.
So what now? (more…)
The work of a manager is often daunting. The day to day grind of demands from both the bottom and the top of the food chain threaten to tear most managers in half. (more…)
Making the most of your day seems impossible when you are buried under a pile of b.s. tasks and general nonsense. Finding ways to be more productive may NOT be the answer. (more…)
In my coaching and consulting practice, I run into quite a few business owners. Each one suffering from one type of systemic issue or other. Behind most of them lies a single core problem: Low Self Esteem. (more…)
Many people use goals to drive to a more ideal future. Some goals can’t easily be achieved because they don’t seem to convert well into the SMART (Specific, Measureable, Achieveable, Realistic, Time-Bound) goals criteria. (more…)
The human mind is an amazing tool. One of the more engaging past times of the mind is to dream of future possessions, situations, or scenarios that we desire. Equally amazing is our ability to then turn these dreams into actions and achieve them in the real world. (more…)
Wisdom is a business worth billions of dollars a year. Many companies, individuals, and social organizations claim to understand it enough to teach it – but few of them bother building the business case for wisdom. Why? (more…)
A good meeting can mean the difference between achieving amazing results or completely destroying an initiative. To do it right, you need to consider quite a few variables. When planning a meeting and managing meeting logistics, communication becomes absolutely critical. (more…)
The single greatest investment any company makes is its people. Send this article to any manager who thinks differently (you know who they are). (more…)
A good meeting can mean the difference between achieving amazing results or completely destroying an initiative. To do it right, you need to consider quite a few variables. The first one, though no more or less important than any of the others, is the venue.