Building Future Leaders

August 7, 2012

“Ten good soldiers wisely led will beat a hundred without a head.”–Euripides

Here’s the notion–business success depends on the quality of the leaders(s) within an organization.  Given the money and incentives lavished upon CEOs, there is a tremendous amount of credibility for this notion, at least at the senior management level.  However, if good leadership truly equates to good business from a CEO perspective, how much of a greater competitive advantage would companies enjoy if they developed leaders throughout the organization?

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Managing Conflict and Crises

May 17, 2012

Too often, conflict in the workplace hides like a smoldering fire, waiting to burst into a roaring inferno with the addition of just the tiniest bit of fuel. Everyone can feel the tension, but no one wants to address it. Eventually the conflict begins to affect performance, morale, and employee retention. If this sounds like your workplace, then you have experienced a potential crisis situation! Understanding how to manage this type of situation is the basis of conflict resolution.

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Avoid the Top 10 Mistakes Managers Make

April 5, 2012

Many managers lack fundamental training in managing people. But, even more importantly, managers lack the values, sensitivity, and awareness needed to interact effectively all day long with people. Skills and techniques are easier to teach, but values, beliefs, and attitudes are much harder to teach – and harder for managers to learn. Yet, these are the underlying issues that will most make managers successful – or not.

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Make Time for Time Management

January 24, 2011

Many of us suffer from a hurry up and get it done mentality. We believe that we can get more done by speeding up everything and multi-tasking on everything. While driving we’re conducting business on our phones, we eat while working on assignments, we listen to our family members while reading email . The list can go on! We have become a “get it all done today” society. Therefore, the question we have to ask is: Are we setting ourselves up for long-term success or long-term problems?

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