7 Ways to “Say” Happy Holidays at the Office

7 Ways to “Say” Happy Holidays at the Office

The holidays are here! Celebrations, office parties, and higher levels of stress will all be things added to your leadership list of things to do, but wait… which holiday do you celebrate in your office? How do you create a spirit of respect and inclusion for all the team members who may or may not… read more

3 Chats Real Leaders Frequently Have

3 Chats Real Leaders Frequently Have

A chat is now an app, but it used to be a simple and quick conversation. Whether you’re character limited or just short on time, these three topics are essential to real leaders and the teams they have the privilege of leading. Have each one and keep up the process or soon you’ll find employees… read more

3 Leadership Habits You Have to Unbuckle

3 Leadership Habits You Have to Unbuckle

We’ve all heard buckle up, when the ride gets bumpy. Most of us have even said buckle up when things at work get tricky, but what happens when that mode becomes a habit? What happens when a leader is always bracing for impact? That leader develops dangerous habits. Whether it’s constant behavior miles away from… read more

7 Hot Mess Moments Leaders Need Not Let Happen

7 Hot Mess Moments Leaders Need Not Let Happen

If you’ve ever called someone a hot mess or been called a hot mess, you want to avoid that label as a leader. A hot mess is someone who for whatever reason, doesn’t have their stuff all together. He or she isn’t handling a situation at all well or he or she isn’t managing emotions… read more

Powerful Points That Prove Patience is a Problem

Powerful Points That Prove Patience is a Problem

Slow down. Breathe. Be patient. Take it easy. Relax! If you’ve heard those words often, you’ve also probably heard the encouragement to avoid burnout. You’ve also likely found yourself getting stressed out at the very mention of such words that imply slowing down is better than being a speed demon. Well yes, if you’re driving… read more

Why Top Performers Can Prevent Profit

Why Top Performers Can Prevent Profit

If you’re not prepared to keep them challenged or forgive when they go off the reservation, your top performers and high achievers could prevent profit. It happens when the amount of time, drain, energy and effort they take to manage, costs more than their results producing advantage. Is your top performer creating more problems than… read more

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