“Control the Controllables” – A phrase I learned when working for a sales organization in the south. I remember the moment a lightbulb went off for me after hearing those words repeatedly used with sales agents. Although the context was..Read More
I remember how difficult it was for me as a first-time leader. I was grateful for the opportunity to lead our new department, but I had no training and needed to figure out many things on my own. I had numerous responsibilities and didn’t know how..Read More
I hope you have carved out time to conduct an inventory of your accomplishments in 2016, and that you are ready to kick things into full motion in 2017. Taking time to reflect is crucial to your ability to live a successful life. I learned that if..Read More
As we draw near to the end of another year, let us take time to reflect on our 2016 accomplishments. How effective were we as stewards over ourselves, family, workplace, relationships, finances, time, talents, and other key aspects of our lives? I..Read More
The question of how to motivate others in the workplace is continual for many leaders. Faced with varying Gen’s to manage, personalities, life experiences (you/others), the culture of the business, budget, season, etc., fostering motivation can be..Read More
Thanksgiving. A holiday celebrated in North America, Canada and other communities around the globe. A day most often spent fellowshipping with family and friends, while savoring our favorite food dishes. There are different traditions and history..Read More
Last week you learned two important areas to help your new supervisor avoid pitfalls and achieve performance success. They were: New Supervisor Role Clarity and Transition Management; New Supervisor and Time Management. Today you will learn three..Read More
Yep. Being a new supervisor isn’t always going to be cupcakes and unicorns. Although leadership is an exciting opportunity, new supervisors who are not properly trained may experience pitfalls that will impact their ability to effectively perform..Read More
If you’re not sure, take the following assessment to get a clue: How did you do? Are you looking for ways to challenge the list or challenge..
“Control the Controllables” – A phrase I learned when working for a sales organization in the south. I remember the moment a lightbulb went off..
I remember how difficult it was for me as a first-time leader. I was grateful for the opportunity to lead our new department, but I had no training..