Tag: Leadership

Identifying High-Potential Talent in the Workplace

Identifying High-Potential Talent in the Workplace In today’s economic environment, identifying and attracting high-potential employees can give employers an edge on their competition and set up their organizations for future success. Employee Evaluations which includes getting to know your employees

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Work Life Balance…it’s a thorny issue

Over the past few months I have been doing a great deal of training, coaching and speaking to a number of associates on the subject of leadership, gender communications and increasing productivity in the workplace. As I listened I began

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Pain VS Optimal Performance

Pain VS Optimal Performance  I had an interesting conversation with my son’s orthopedic surgeon today. I concluded that our businesses are very similar in nature. The goal in his business is to move his patients from pain, discomfort and limited strength

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Be Yourself

This week we are reading Why Should Anyone Be Led by You?: What It Takes To Be An Authentic Leader, by Robert Goffee and Gareth Jones. There is a website by the same name that has a lot of great information. Goffee is Professor

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Who Would Want to be Led by You?

There are leaders, and there are those who lead. Leadership. It’s a topic that comes up frequently, both here on the blog and out in the real world. Many of my clients complain: We we don’t have enough leadership. If you

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