3 Ways to Re-Engage Half-Hearted Employees

Do you have wholehearted people in your life?

Who do you know that is fully in or completely devoted to something? They’re the type of people who, as Thoreau once put it, “suck out all the marrow of life.”

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4 Questions to Better Understand & Lead Your People

When it comes to those you work with or lead it is important to know them well if you want to nurture strong team and individual growth. So how do you help your people grow?

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Recalibrating Your Attitude: 6 Steps for Lasting Change

Everyone has an attitude. Attitudes can be good, bad, or indifferent, but they can also change hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly.

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3 Thoughts Every Leader Must Master

If you want to be a good manager for you team, you must first learn to be a good manager of yourself. No matter what you think you can do through force of will, you can’t bring your best if you don’t put yourself in a position to be the healthiest version of you.

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How to Cultivate Change in Those You Lead

Leadership means fighting for the highest possible good in the lives of those you lead.

If this is the primary concern of leadership in relation to individual employees, then an important question to ask is, “How do people really change?” Since no one is perfect, it makes sense that every employee and leader will need to go through a continual process of growth and change.

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What Being Credible Looks Like in Real Life

To be credible is to be competent.

Most people, however, limit their understanding of competency to mean being smart, which is only partially true.

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Trade Up for Success: Set Yourself Up for a Better Tomorrow

Have you ever heard an athlete say something like this after a dismal performance: “I didn’t have the right mindset today. I just wasn’t ready, so I didn’t play well.”

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5 Benefits of Humility in Leadership

Have you ever noticed periods of your leadership that were less effective and satisfying than others?

Have there been times when your trust among employees or the work environment you created seemed to suffer?

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Humility vs. Pride: Why the Difference Will Make or Break Your Leadership

Have you ever experienced the difference between a prideful leader and a humble one?

Or the remarkable change in work environment between a leader who was clearly “for you” as opposed to someone who seemed obviously against you, or only in it for themselves?

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8 Answers That Will Overhaul Your Leadership Culture

Do you want to see change this year? Would you like to improve the health of your organization and people? How about reducing turnover costs and improving efficiency?

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