Tips and Tricks To Make Meetings Less Miserable

      Sometimes, just saying the word “meeting” is enough to make employees grab their coffee mugs and run in the opposite direction. While meetings are important for many reasons—they’re a great place to collaborate, brainstorm, and share...

      Common Office Problems That Cause Workplace Frustration

      When employees are upset, it can throw a wrench in the vibe of your company culture. Improving that vibe is key to staff retention and increasing productivity. Feeling under-valued, left out, and overworked are the most common office problems...

      Case Study: Using Vulnerability as a Leader

      Carter is a senior level manager in a national organization. Since the pandemic began, he has been forced to manage from a distance, no longer travelling across the country to various work sites, connecting with his team face to face.

      Over the...

      How Leadership Coaching Helps Leaders in New Roles

      Shira is a young leader in a manufacturing company. She has risen quickly and was excited about being promoted to a supervisory position in the shop. She has lots of ideas of how she wants to help make it a better work environment for the...

      Is Your Idea of Success Holding You Back?

      Helga is a bright, ambitious 26-year-old employee who came into the organization fresh out of college. She has proven she has leadership potential and has taken on many stretch assignments and supervisory roles in the 3 years she has been with...

      How To Optimize a Workplace for Productivity

      When you’re in a leadership position, it’s your burden and responsibility to ensure your employees are in good health and that your business is running smoothly and effectively.

      This is why you should learn how to optimize a workplace for...

      Can You Be Too Optimistic As A Leader?

      Langdon is a senior leader who has very strong relationship skills. He is well liked by his direct reports and his peers. 

      Leaders Don't Need Executive Goals - They Create Tunnel Vision!

      I’m going to make a humble and transparent acknowledgment. As a coach I used to feel like such a fraud when I worked with clients who are most excellent goal setters.

       

      You know the people I am talking about, the ones who set very specific goals...

      2 Strategies Leaders Can Use To Build Commitment In Their Teams

      How many times do you see people sit in a meeting (virtual or otherwise) and say they are committed to a decision or direction and then leave the meeting and their behavior clearly shows they are not.

      They roll their eyes in agreement when their...

      How To Be An Inclusive Leader

      The most effective leaders are able to find ways for all of their employees to be involved in the planning and execution of key projects and change initiatives… and it’s paying off.