Recently I sat down with Jay Niblick, author of the best-selling book What’s Your Genius – How the Best Think […]
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Recently I sat down with Jay Niblick, author of the best-selling book What’s Your Genius – How the Best Think for Success in the New Economy and the Owner of Innermetrix, Inc., to talk about the two significant concepts within What’s Your Genius. This is the first of a two-part interview.
People view managers differently than leaders; that managers, by virtue of their focus on following process inhibit change, creativity, initiative, and innovation; that they don’t, well, they don’t lead. Sounds scary huh? Well, let me ask you do we need managers to bring our businesses to growth and success in this new economy? or do we need leaders; leaders who will work with their employees to create a vision for growth and success?
In order to get the right person for the right job with a person-future fit focus we have developed the following 5 points for giving a great interview
There is extensive information, theories, and perspectives available about employee motivation. Here are 10 that I found particularly inspiring. I hope you enjoy – and agree. Please feel free to share your most significant motivational practices in the comment section below.
If you’ve interviewed for a job you’ve probably thought about the practicality of trying to tell the interviewer everything you […]
We all know that it can be difficult enough to manage a business, even more so in this current climate. Now add to that mix raising young children while doing just that, and many people would raise their hands in despair and want to pull their hair out! In this post I hope to dispel the myth of the Supermum and explain why so many mothers should quit chasing the fairytale.
Mis – Communications. Have you ever been in a business situation where you were having difficulty understanding why staff and customers, superiors and subordinates, even co-workers were having difficulty understanding each other?
As you work to “motivate smarter” seek to diagnose, assess, and understand employee talents, values, and behaviors; and then develop your motivational structures as suggested above to assist your employees to become more authentic.
When I mentioned this at a workshop recently one of the business owners said: “You mean there are only 3 keys to success? Where have I been going wrong all these years?” I may tend to oversimplify – simply for the sake of directness.The top 3 keys to successful business growth include an actionable business plan, becoming more authentic and self-aware, and becoming a knowledge-based manager