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August 7, 2019 - Management

Active Listening Can Turn a Typical Conversation Into a Coaching Opportunity

Giving feedback isn’t always easy. Daily pressures and demands often overtake our work, leaving limited time and energy to focus on coaching direct reports. While formal coaching sessions may be limited, you can fit in coaching conversations and coaching moments.

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August 7, 2019 - Management

Fifteen percent of your people will determine 90% of your success!

These 15% are the “talent leaders” who build a magnet of achievement that pulls 40% of your other employees toward achievement in service, innovation, and stewardship. They’re the people who translate their potential into action and set themselves and as a result, your organization, on the path to success.

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August 7, 2019 - Management

What Good Feedback Really Looks Like

According to a recent Harvard Business Review cover story, it’s rarely useful to give feedback to colleagues. The authors argue that constructive criticism won’t help people excel and that, when you highlight someone’s shortcomings, you actually hinder their learning. They say that managers should encourage employees to worry less about …

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August 7, 2019 - Management

Great Change Leaders Focus on People and Process

Successful change is one of biggest problems that modern organizations face. In our fast-changing world, the strategic imperative to change is often clear: Without doing things differently, our company is unlikely to succeed, or last.

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March 26, 2019 - Management

6 Mental Biases That Are Making You A Less Effective Negotiator

Can emotional intelligence make you a better businessperson? Absolutely. We tend to box out "emotional intelligence" as being under the umbrella of a soft skill. We consider it related to the "right side" of the brain, something that is discussed when we talk about our emotions and experiences.

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March 26, 2019 - Management

4 Reasons You’re Always Putting Out Fires at Work

(and How to Stop the Madness for Good). If you feel like you’re constantly flying by the seat of your pants, perhaps one (or more) of the following habits is the cause.

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March 26, 2019 - Management

8 traditional office tools you can replace with AI

Nearly everything in an office, from scanners to windows, can be upgraded to a smarter, automated option. Here are eight examples.

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March 26, 2019 - Management

Age Discrimination And Women In The Workplace: How To Avoid Getting Pushed Out

As men age, they are considered to be like a fine wine that increases in value. It is no secret in a society that is obsessed with physical appearance, that women fight a battle to stay relevant as they reach middle age.

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February 12, 2019 - Management

What Will It Take To Close The Funding Gap For Black Female Founders?

If you’ve heard the statistics once, you’ve probably heard them a thousand times: Of the nearly $100 billion in venture funding that goes to entrepreneurs in America, less than 3% goes to female founders and just 0.2% goes to black female founders. What Will It Take To Close The Funding?

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February 12, 2019 - Management

Is The Hiring Manager a Micromanager?

The warning signs a hiring manager is going to be looking over your shoulder a lot: 1 Question Will Reveal the Truth.

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