Almost every presenter or facilitator will eventually have to deal with people who exhibit difficult behavior. In this blog, we will talk about behavior that disrupts the presentation or the work of a group. Disruptive behavior, some intentional and some not, can destroy the flow of even a well-organized presentation or meeting. However, you […]
Coaching is one of the key strategies to help develop and improve an individual’s capabilities, performance and productivity. Our proven method of building a coaching environment ensures that those who are coached, their managers and their team benefit from the results.
Catalyst.org reports that Gen Y, aka Millennials, make up 21% of the U.S. Labor Force. Job opportunities for younger workers are impacted by the slowed rate of generational turnover in the workforce. Recruitment and retention of high-potential middle management has been the key challenge for businesses.
With this said, the millennial generation faces significant roadblocks […]
One aspect often overlooked in the development of business leaders is the effective use of influence. Self-aware leaders are attuned to how they exercise influence and the effect it has on their direct reports.
When working with leaders, I often ask them to discuss the difference between authority, influence, and leadership. Leaders must assess their own […]
The New Year is the time for taking stock of achievements and planning positive changes for the upcoming year. For example – stop smoking, lose weight, get fit, etc. As a manager, you can resolve to improve your team’s; attitude, production, quality, accountability, engagement, etc. It doesn’t have to take a lot of time […]
Payroll and other human resource expenses make up nearly 40% of a company’s costs. The lack of proper workforce planning can be costly. Strategic workforce planning ensures that the proper amount of people with the necessary skills are in the right jobs, at the right level, and at the right cost.