Brene Brown posted the following checklist about “The Engaged Feedback checklist: I know I am read to give feedback when… _ I’m ready to sit next to you instead of across from you. _ I’m willing to put the problem in front of us rather than between us (or sliding it toward you). _ I’m Read more about Daring Feedback[…]
Coaching people can be one of the most rewarding things you do with your life. There’s nothing like helping other people gain clarity, discover hidden talents, and step into their zone of genius. There are many people who say they want to achieve great results. But more often than not, they need someone to help Read more about Powerful Coaching Tips[…]
Gifford Thomas posted the following excerpt from his book, The Inspirational Leader: The 10 major causes of failure in leadership are: 1. Inability to organize details 2. Unwillingness to render humble serve 3. Expectation of pay for what they know instead of what they do with what that which they know. 4. Fear of competition Read more about 10 Major Causes of Failure In Leadership[…]
Coaching is one of the most effective methods of enhancing performance. It involves deliberate and specific activities that are designed to help people develop their skills by learning on the job. A good coach leads highly productive teams who are keen to learn new skills and as a result significantly increase the cost effectiveness and Read more about Coaching Core Competencies[…]
Kelly Merbler, President of the Florida Staffing Association posted the following about the Power of 1 on LinkedIn: “As a speaker it is always exciting to speak to a large crowd. The one thing I always focus on with every keynote I give however is to not get caught up in how many people are Read more about The Power of 1[…]
Strati Georgopoulos posted the following characteristics of people who are liked on LinkedIn: 1. They ask for nothing. 2. They laugh at themselves. 3. They listen with interest. 4. They rarely complain. 5. They inspire others. 6. They teach. 7. They give.
Catherine Gillespie in her article “Conflict Resolution Harmony Expert” states that ‘Principled Leadership’ required a leader to to clear with their values. The values that were crucial were: -Collaboration -Group Wisdom -Honest -Service -Equality -Transparency -Love Gillespie wrote, ‘We need to manage with courage, consistency, persistence and love’. The word ‘love’ is often an uncomfortable Read more about Collaborative Leadership and Love[…]
Strati Georgopoulos posted the following characteristics of well-liked people: 1. Ask for nothing. 2. Laugh at themselves. 3. Listen with interest. 4. Rarely complain. 5. Inspire others. 6. Teach. 7. Give.
Marcel Schwartz’s, Founder and Chief Human Officer states the following defining attributes of great leaders. 1. They challenge their own assumptions. They surround themselves with diverse perspectives to help them answer questions like, “How do I know my decision is the right one?” Or “Is there a better course of action here?” 2. They are Read more about 6 Signs To Identify Someone With True Leadership Skills[…]
Travis Bradberry says that there is an enormous amount of research suggesting that emotional intelligence (EQ) is critical to your performance at work. TalentSmart has tested the EQ of more than a million people and found that it explains 58% of success in all types of jobs. EQ is a powerful way to focus your Read more about 12 Habits of Genuine People[…]