Engage Employees to Dramatically Boost Performance, Productivity, and Profits
24 Oct 2017

Engage Employees to Dramatically Boost Performance, Productivity, and Profits

Employee engagement has weakened dramatically, and a Gallup survey found that two-thirds of the workforce is inadequately engaged. That startling lack of engagement costs businesses in the U.S. between five and six billion dollars a year in lost productivity. So what’s the solution? The word “engage” can be traced back in history to a French […]

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Companies Squander Valuable Leadership Talent
25 Apr 2017

Companies Squander Valuable Leadership Talent

If you aren’t willing to invest where you have the greatest potential for robust ROI, namely in your human capital, it’s like raising a child with tons of potential and fantastic DNA, and then not sending them to school. The money saved on textbooks and tuition may have sounded like a good idea at the […]

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Boost Employee Engagement & Productivity
07 Mar 2017

Boost Employee Engagement & Productivity

Senior leadership may believe they have communicated the company vision, mission statement, and values to the entire organization because they have spoken about those things many times. But telling is one thing. Inspiring and involving is an altogether different task. To develop healthy, strong strands of DNA everyone in your workforce needs to be actively […]

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Leverage Team Talent to Accelerate Leadership Results
15 Nov 2016

Leverage Team Talent to Accelerate Leadership Results

Recently I was asked by a SVP in a Fortune 250 firm to help him design a more direct route to a higher-level position. It has been thrilling for him and rewarding to me to watch him apply himself to my program and get incredible, well-deserved results. 1. Spend More Time on Task as a […]

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Smarter Habits to Exponentially Boost Leadership
12 Apr 2016

Smarter Habits to Exponentially Boost Leadership

Our lives are too busy and the world is moving too fast for us to keep adding to our daily to-do list without first getting rid of time-wasters. I’m referring to ineffective routines and performance-draining habits that squander our leadership bandwidth. If you want to be more successful – and feel better about your work/life […]

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Key Soft Skills Are Hard, But Make Leadership Easier!
09 Feb 2016

Key Soft Skills Are Hard, But Make Leadership Easier!

As a corporate consultant and coach, I work with people in diverse industries around the people-oriented leadership skills than can make them exponentially more effective in their roles. A toolkit of soft skills tailored to the demands of today’s top leaders and companies can be invaluable. That’s true whether you use them to communicate with […]

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Are You More Afraid of Success Than Failure?
10 Jun 2015

Are You More Afraid of Success Than Failure?

  Listen to the podcast       One of my clients shared a powerful story with me that I know will resonate with many of you. His was a wonderful experience of long-awaited success that he had been dreaming of his whole career. After working very hard to earn it, he was promoted to […]

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22 Dec 2014

Step Up and Step In to Experience Your Greatness.

  Businesses are constantly pushing the envelope to achieve greater performance, productivity, and profit. In that environment you are only as good as your last quarterly evaluation. Right now is when you need to be taking a hard look at your skill set heading into the next year. You can be sure that the decision […]

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03 Dec 2013

Fly High with “My Why”

  You’ve probably heard of “MiFi” – the wireless gadgetry that lets you take your own private communication network with you everywhere you go. But I think we also need a “My Why” that keeps us inwardly connected to our passions and dreams. Discovering your individual “My Why” lets you get in touch with WHY […]

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Leadership Performance in Tough Times: Earn a promotion despite layoffs or budget cut
18 May 2011

Leadership Performance in Tough Times: Earn a promotion despite layoffs or budget cut

Just a few years back businesses were booming and profits were high. Companies kept adding higher levels of management and new leadership positions to their organizational hierarchies. Every time you turned around there was a new internal memo announcing a long list of recently promoted people. Oftentimes promotions were awarded in order to fill newly […]

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