Interacting with Work Teams
Wouldn’t it be nice if every time you had an interaction with someone, you would immediately see their colors? You would see their energy and their style and you would automatically know if they were having a good or bad day. Well, unfortunately, things just don’t work out that way…Read More
If This Job Could Talk, What Would It Say? Why Benchmarking Matters
If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve hired people and wondered how you missed the waving flags of indications they weren’t the right fit for the role. Then you’re left to ask the question, how do I know what the job truly needs? Most businesses are quick to answer this question with, “Let’s take our topRead More
You're fired!! As the manager should I tell the rest of the staff?
The simple answer is yes, the hard application is how to do it in a way that protects the privacy of the situation while still maintaining a culture of transparency. This article will provide you the manager with some practical ways to handle an employee separation whether it’s voluntary or involuntary. The Employer Should Be theRead More
Four Things a Great Golfer and a Great Leader Have In Common
When I began training for golf, I was told to watch how the pro golfers always end their swings with a pose. The pose was called the “Picture Pose” because they never know which image may end up in the view of the public to be scrutinized or praised. So I put forth the effort with everyRead More
What is compression planning & why you need it for your business!
-Justin Lewis Compression planning is a proven system that uses 4 powerful steps to cut through the clutter and distractions that can bog down decision making and strategic planning. In a nutshell, compression planning leverages collaborative time, so you can make better decisions faster than ever before. The bestRead More