This team approach will get you to the best, most competitive solution faster.
4 Actions to Transition From “Doer” to “Leader”
I don’t have time to do the things I know I should be doing. I can’t expect others to do what I do..the way it needs to be done. My clients like to work with me directly and if I rely on my team, my business is going to Read more
Breaking Down EQ Barriers By Giving Your Organization a Voice
Over the last few months I’ve spent a lot of time talking with executives about emotional intelligence and the impact it has on results. One individual whom I would deem as highly emotionally intelligent expressed Read more
Is your organization ready to succeed?
What is the most important management tool? Good question, I’m glad you asked. First let’s define Why it’s important to you and every other Manager or Leader interested in growing, fixing, or changing their Read more
Make your team’s problem solving strategy a competitive advantage.
Your ability to solve problems impacts success in life, as a team, and ultimately, the success of your business. That’s why it is so important to understand your strengths and weaknesses as you approach Read more
Do you believe emotional intelligence is a skill you can develop in others?
Emotional Intelligence is the ability to create a balance between knowing what you don’t know and that what you do know can be improved. It also means you have the ability to see the same knowledge and Read more
Create a cultural shift that will improve your bottom line & make you more competitive.
It happens to all of us. Our organization, employees or project teams make mistakes and change course, table good ideas for a “later” date, or receive unsolicited & undocumented feedback from customers. Read more
Learn to build professional relationships that make you more valuable to your company.
Sometimes we enjoy working with others, sometimes…not so much. Typically, our enjoyment is based on our relationships; we rely on a personal exchange in order to get along & work cohesively. Simply put, personal exchanges are not enough. Here’s why: Business actions, simple or complex, can become personality struggles when a professional connection does not exist. The real goal is to build professional connections. Cross Functional Development allows you to create professional relationships in order to get things done, get better results, and integrate your needs into the overall organization. That’s right, your needs! Professional relationships are built on respect as the primary motivator, more so than likability, providing greater opportunity for you to add value as a better communicator and resource for your organization.
Have you set professional goals to help shape your career?
Here are 50 ideas to spark actions plans for improvement. What is it that you want to improve? Are you doing what is necessary to get where you want to go in your career? Now is the time…here is our first crack at a list in no particular order. What will you do?