Investing in people derives greater ROI than investing in physical assets. The cost of one new machine could cover leadership development for 100 front-line managers. And it offers a key competitive advantage, since most organizations have yet to cotton on to this simple idea. What advantages do you gain?
Your achievements are the sum of your habits. What you get done each day is built on the habitual way you approach your job and work relationships. So, holding onto bad habits, largely out of comfort, impedes your own career progress! How to swap those out for great habits? Read on.
Why does culture still upend strategy? Why do companies still struggle to execute their carefully researched and thought-out strategic initiatives, even if they make tons of sense? Employee engagement.
When it comes to leadership habit change, too many managers seek and evaluate feedback, but fail to fully leverage it to improve their performance. Falling back into a comfortable, if unproductive rut is apparently a “thing” even among senior managers. If that is your "thing," how can you break out of the rut? We have some thoughts!
Applied technology does raise productivity at work, if the people who need to apply the technology are part of the decision-making process, understand why it is valuable, and how they need to work it. Failing that human factor, technology will not help. Read more by clicking through.
A recent article in the Harvard Business Review disparaged small talk as an effective leadership tool. We disagree. Used judiciously, small talk sets the table for more open, trusting, respectful business conversations between boss and subordinate. Click through for our explanation.
All managers who aspire to be great leaders put the needs of their hard-working people first, and keep the energy ad spirit of onboarding going, well past the first 90 days. How best to achieve unending onboarding? We have a few ideas for you. Click on through to find them.