generational shift

Mentoring and Training: Managing the Generational Shift in Today’s Workforce

We’re now making workforce history as Millennials have become the dominant demographic in the US, outnumbering Baby Boomers 80 million to 76 million. There is a resulting generational shift in the workforce currently underway, and gathering steam. However, as Baby Boomers delay retirement in increasing numbers, friction is occurring as growing numbers of Millennials enter the workforce and find themselves at odds with their Boomer managers and Gen X counterparts. In some cases, they’re competing for the same positions, bringing a different point of view and different work ethic with them…. Read More»

future business leaders

Practical Tips to Raise Up and Inspire Future Business Leaders – Part Three

In our series, Raising Up Leaders, we raise the issue that the majority of any influential leader’s job is to develop new leaders. This process of raising up future business leaders is vital to any organization’s long-term success In part one we discussed a leader’s responsibility to inspire future business leaders and influence the potential of the people on their team. In part two we explored the obstacles that stall our ability to grow other leaders. In this article, let’s dive deeper into what you should focus on when selecting which future business leaders to invest your valuable time and energy on.
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employee coaching

Employee Coaching: The Missing Factor from Your Talent Strategy [Infographic]

Employees who receive effective training and development are more engaged and equipped to perform at their best. That’s why Quantum Workplace , a company with an employee feedback platform designed to make work better each day,  created this infographic to help employers understand the benefits of implementing a coaching strategy…. Read More»

future leaders

Practical Tips to Raise Up and Inspire Future Leaders – Part One

If you Google any derivative of “raising up leaders,” you will discover the first several pages of search results are from faith-based organizations, not business publications. If business rises and falls on the shoulders of its leaders, shouldn’t the business world be just as concerned about developing future leaders?… Read More»

executive coaching

Executive Coaching: How to Preserve and Promote Women in Leadership

As an executive coach, I have the privilege of coaching executive women past obstacles so they can focus on their leadership and impact instead. Of all the strategies, perspectives, behaviors, actions and mindsets I’ve used over the years to strengthen women in leadership, there’s one that has the biggest impact on their success: the executive coaching itself…. Read More»

Accountability is the Foundation of Leadership

Leadership: Leveraging the intrapersonal and physical ability to get people to do things for or with you. There are good leaders, bad leaders, and countless books, podcasts and classes that can be dissected for varying formulas of leadership and capabilities/hacks, which all sound easy to conduct and apply to life…. Read More»

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