Reset. Restart. Is Your Business Ready?

Getting back on track after COVID-19 may very well require a reset-restart. Have you identified reset-restart goals? More importantly, have you created a “Line-of-Site” to these goals to fast track your recovery? Defining a Line-of-Site for reset-restart goals will help you align your organization, facilitate employee ownership and identify the motive force needed to accelerate change.  When each employee understands Read More …

What’s Your Leadership Brand?

When asked about their leadership brand, many leaders will default to their DISC profile, Myers Briggs personality type or their Strengths Finder summary. These tools provide a perspective of behaviors that contribute to their brand, but I wouldn’t say they point to a ‘leadership brand’. So what is a leadership brand?  Your leadership brand is not Read More …

Leading in Challenging Times

“Challenging Times” is an understatement for what most leaders are facing today. COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on our daily routines and businesses. Leaders will need to step up their game to manage the chaos. Here’s 3 things that Leaders can do to make things better: Instill calm. Panic doesn’t solve problems and running around with your hair on Read More …

7 Reasons Why Employee Engagement Matters

Companies with engaged employees are: 21% more profitable Have 40% less turnover Have 70% less safety incidents Are 17% more productive Have 40% less defects Have 41% less absenteeism Have 10% higher customer satisfaction With so many benefits, companies have realized that increasing employee engagement not only makes for happier employees, it’s just good business Read More …

What’s In Your Leadership Toolbox?

Strong leaders improve financial performance, attract top talent, execute strategy, engage employees and deliver sustainable results. Most executives agree that strong leadership is one of the most important variables in their company’s success and many are investing in developing their leadership talent. That’s the good news. The bad news is that after spending billions of Read More …