To continue our periodic posts on Leadership How-Tos as a suggestion from participants in my last Leadership I class, I’d like to suggest an activity that combines two of the class topics: 1. Teamwork 2. Communication In the class, everyone takes a Communication Style Assessment . You can click the link and order a paper copy like the one taken in the class for $14.00 each or click here to see all the other products that go along with the assessment. You can order the online version for $16.00 or even order $2.00 blinking pins for each of the four different styles.
Considering a career change or actively looking for a job? Just brushing up your resume isn’t going to get you where you want to be, most likely. Even if you are not on an active job hunt, creating a personal brand for yourself that highlights your strengths and expertise can help you get to where you want to be. In addition, using a variety of mediums or avenues to market yourself is important. In the days of googling everyone and everything, you need to have a web presence. I have one client who TOTALLY gets this. While we spent
Our most viewed post of 2013, Pot Meet Kettle, is featured in this month’s Leadership Carnival. The January 2013 Leadership Development Carnival: Best of 2012 Edition
I spent the whole month of January last year blogging about New Year’s Resolution-ish posts tied mostly to goal setting. You can check them all out here: Strategic Resolutions Your Stop Doing List (The article by Jim Collins linked in this post is one of my absolute favs) Goal Setting- A Series Goal Setting- Diminishing Returns Goal Setting- Feedback Although I’m not going to spend the whole month of January this year talking about making yourself over with goal setting, (because by the time we get to the end of January we will probably have ditched most of our
Employee Productivity Post from upStart HR This is a great posting from Ben Eubanks from upstartHR that summarizes some research on a manager’s impact on employee productivity. Be sure to click the links at the end of the post to see the original source of the info and the YouTube video.