A People-Oriented Culture Is a Must for Every Organization

What truly motivates employees and what drives business in the 21st century is a people-oriented culture.

The Rewarding Art of Building and Maintaining Trust

When you do the things that increase your level of trust, your ability to build new and lasting relationships, seize new opportunities, and achieve success also increase. Here's how to…

Helping Employees Find Meaning in Their Work Should Be on Every Leader’s Mind

By helping your employees find meaning in their work, you will be well on your way to creating a robust and stable company culture that will spread to everyone who…

How Coaching Can Increase Competence Among Millennials

The traditional hierarchy of a business organization with its top-down chain of command is passé. And so are the workplace attitudes wherein managers commanded absolutely and employees obeyed without question.…

Motivating People: What Works and What Doesn’t

As a leader, what can you do to motivate your team? It all starts with recognizing what motivates people. And when you start to analyze what drives them, you will…

The key to heroic leadership

From a business standpoint, a leader with a “hero complex” does little to lead a company. Here's some insight on why it damages the ability to lead effectively.

Closing the Engagement Gap

Imagine an organization where most employees are fully engaged. Not only do they show up, but consistently do exceptional work.

The Compelling Case for Self-Awareness

Executives who lack interpersonal skills -- executives who just focus on numbers and processes and wreak havoc on their people -- perform badly overall except in the short term.

The Power of Words

Have you ever contemplated the power of words in your day-to-day leadership interactions? The abilty to clearly communicate is a key leadership competency.

A Leadership Lesson

You're Ok - I'm Ok? Really? We think that in order to be who we want to be , we need to be something different that what we are.