In the modern world, we live longer and have the highest birth rate ever. We have a multilayered society, and the most exciting part is that we haven’t taken full advantage of this generational blend in business — yet. Real leadership can help.
The gap between how companies are training their employees and the capacity these companies have to leverage employee expertise for knowledge-sharing leaves significant untapped return on personnel investment on the table.
Coaches work with leaders to see possibilities, figure out where resistance might appear and find ways to overcome it. In this way, coaches can play an essential role in leading change. To make change happen, everyone has to confront its scariness.
Diversity and inclusion is a hot topic on corporate agendas, but despite the best efforts of employers, a large group of women are feeling left out. When it comes to leadership training, employers are still pressuring women to conform to one profile.
Leadership development is an investment. At minimum, it’s an investment to minimize risk. At maximum, it’s an investment in creating an organization of people who have a higher level of well-being and who enjoy working there.
Have you ever stumbled across a game-changing best practice that no knows about and wondered, “Why in the world are employees not sharing these great ideas?” What’s holding them back? It’s likely that they are either scared or don’t know how.
Followership is an impressive, dynamic and influential self-driven ability that can identify gaps and strengthen bridges with others. Relying on collaboration, this method of engagement presents opportunities for clear strategic alignment.
The emphasis on growth and development in the workplace is reaching great peaks. According to the LinkedIn 2019 Workforce Learning Report, 94% of employees say they would stay at a company longer if it invested in helping them learn.
What does your “best” look like? Is there something holding you back from reaching your potential? Successful entrepreneurs, leaders and professionals all have one thing in common: They take care of their health and strive for a high-performance...
The last 12 months have been my own real-life version of “Undercover Boss,” transitioning from being a CEO to a sales rep back to a CEO. I thought I understood what it took to be a successful sales executive. I was wrong.