Archive for the ‘coaching’ Category

It is the duty of the executive to remove anyone – and especially any manager – who consistently fails to perform with high distinction.

A year or so ago the Harvard Business Review had an interesting article on two personality styles and the watch-outs regarding matching up pairs of people in boss/subordinate roles. They categorized people as being of two types: promoters and protectors.

When it comes to tips on how to overcome fear and mental obstacles, surely getting past a fear of rejection must be somewhere in there, right?

There are many types of inspirational leaders and you can follow different examples. How to inspire staff and employees all depends on what you mean by “inspire.” Essentially, the main purpose of inspiration is to get everyone pulling in the same direction in a cooperative fashion. The direction, of course, is to fulfill the mission and goals of the organization.

Have you got what it takes to win in corporate life? Here’s 5 reality-checks to get you moving in the right direction.

Becoming an executive leadership coach is quite a journey when working with other managers and employees who needed to get on the same page.

The truth is that you can learn, and teach, innovation as well as you can teach marketing or leadership. You just need to understand how it works.

Procrastination is a seriously bad habit that most of us have. Productivity in the workplace is hampered by this attitude. Projects and tasks get delayed by this and the efficiency of the workplace is compromised because of the minimal work being done.

As a leadership coach I consistently am asked to help improve manager performance with managers in a variety of businesses.

Yes, the role of the sales person seems to have changed over the years, but one undeniable truth remains – […]