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Posted by on Sep 2, 2014 in Business, Communication, Engagement, Featured, Leadership, Strategy, Transparency | 2 comments

What Great Leaders Do and Don’t Do

Leadership is different for everyone. The tie that binds all great leaders is the ability to reach people on an emotional level. Even if you know that leadership is about emotion, you still need to do your best to understand the things that great leaders do and the things they avoid in order to foster the deepest possible emotional connection with their people.

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Posted by on Apr 21, 2014 in Business, company culture, Culture, Featured, Leadership | 1 comment

5 Ways To Break Down The Generational Walls In Your Workplace Culture

Those of us in HR and Leadership roles have seen too many walls go up between the different generations. There’s mistrust and unease all around. The Millennials consider the Boomers a bunch of old fogeys. The Xers feel caught between. Boomers can be condescending and closed-minded. And who suffers most because of this generational dysfunction? The organization!

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Posted by on Mar 4, 2014 in Business, company culture, Culture, Engagement, Featured, HR, Leadership, Strategy | 2 comments

5 Employee Questions Every Company Should Answer

When companies tell me their workplace culture and trendy furniture build employee engagement, I try to help them see that they’re focusing on the wrong part of the equation. They’re focusing on what, not why. The “what” can reveal a lot about a company, but it’s the “why” that tells you it’s a good company to work with. What factors contribute to the “why” of employee engagement? Here are the top 5 questions I ask business and HR leaders to answer. They’re intentionally written from an employee’s point-of-view. If you answer honestly, your organization’s engagement strengths and weaknesses should become more clear:

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Posted by on Feb 3, 2014 in Business, Culture, Featured, HR, Leadership, Strengths, Transparency | 2 comments

5 Ways to Find Your Authentic Self

One of the biggest problems I see when looking for talented, desirable, employable men and women, is the downward spiral of the trending “Brand You.” It can nauseate a person who watches a perfectly packaged, programmed, and plastic brand walk through the door. The saddest part is those individuals really believe I want what they’re “selling.” At the time they may think they’ve duped me, but they are only fooling themselves.

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