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Continuous improvement Build a Culture of Continuous Improvement (6/18/2018) Posted in: Accountability, Awareness, Business Performance, Executive Leadership, Problem Solving, Recognition - Organizations can always improve something. Nothing is ever flawless, no matter how much we wish it could be. If you accept this reality, you can help your team create an environment of continuous improvement. When we accept that flaws exist, we provide the freedom to focus on improvement. When someone makes a mistake, correct it and continue on toward your objectives. Encourage […]
new ideas 5 Ways to Encourage New Ideas In Your Business (5/10/2018) Posted in: Business Performance, Change, Communication, Employee Development, Employee Engagement, Leadership, Learning, Problem Solving, Teambuilding, Uncategorized, Vision - Leaders create positive change. You don’t always have to be the creator or innovator, but it’s important to recognize and support good ideas. It doesn’t matter whether you came up with them or not. The difference between your success and failure could be just one idea. Here are some ways to encourage new ideas in your workplace: Talk with your […]
challenge assumptions Are You Challenging Assumptions In Your Workplace? (4/18/2018) Posted in: Awareness, Business Performance, Communication, Executive Leadership, Leadership, Learning, Organizational Structure, Problem Solving, Recognition, Teambuilding, Vision - A successful leader once shared that he constantly asks himself one question: “What am I not seeing?” Assumptions are one of the areas that may be a blind spot, and leadership requires us to challenge them repeatedly. What used to work yesterday may no longer apply today, and it’s important for leaders to question and challenge those assumptions. The hardest part about […]
reward performance 5 Tips to Effectively Reward Performance (4/6/2018) Posted in: Accountability, Business Performance, Employee Development, Employee Engagement, Executive Leadership, Leadership, Recognition, Teambuilding -     Celebrate the behaviors you want to see more often. When you discourage mediocrity and reward performance, you create a high-performing culture. Strong performers need to be recognized as such, and they need to be developed even further.   Here are 5 tips to consider when rewarding great performance. 1.When most managers think of rewarding employees, they think about raises, […]
invite dialogue Executive Leaders Encourage Dialogue (3/29/2018) Posted in: Business Performance, Communication, Employee Development, Employee Engagement, Executive Leadership, Leadership, Learning, Listening, Organizational Structure, Teambuilding -   Often, great ideas come from healthy debate. When team members exchange ideas and opinions, new ideas can emerge. Working collaboratively always produces better results than working competitively. When people compete within an organization, they don’t support each other toward the shared vision. This creates a culture of self-interest, rather than organizational interest. Competition is healthy for competitors, not for team members. Imagine […]
measure progress 3 Steps to Measure Your Progress (3/20/2018) Posted in: Accountability, Awareness, Business Performance, Executive Leadership, Leadership, Organizational Structure - To ensure you realize the vision, you need to have the right measures in place, and they need to be institutionalized. How you measure success can make or break whether or not you achieve it. If the strategies and objectives your team has created aren’t producing the desired outcome, you want to know as soon as possible. First, you need to […]
reorganize 3 Tips to Reorganize Toward Your Vision (2/28/2018) Posted in: Business Performance, Change, Communication, Employee Development, Executive Leadership, Organizational Structure, Planning, Prioritization, Vision - When you change the vision, it’s important to ensure the structure of the organization supports the retooled vision. Reorganizing can improve integration, flexibility, and productivity in a powerful way. If you want to achieve significant change, some structural changes will likely be necessary. It’s difficult for people to do new things in their current role since they’re in the habit of doing things […]
calculated risk Yes, Growth Is Risky (2/20/2018) Posted in: Authenticity, Awareness, Business Performance, Change, Executive Leadership, Innovation, Leadership, Organizational Structure, Planning, Vision - Trying anything new is risky. But it’s new ideas that catapult organizations to higher levels of growth and success. People aren’t motivated to follow leaders who are satisfied with the status quo. Of course, your organization or its industry may typically be risk averse, and taking risks doesn’t mean you have to rebel against it. When you’re willing to take calculated risks, […]
change leader How to Lead your Team Through Change (2/12/2018) Posted in: Business Performance, Change, Communication, Executive Leadership, Innovation, Leadership, Organizational Structure, Teambuilding - In today’s business world, not only is change the norm, but the speed of change continues to accelerate. Dealing with change and leading others through it can be challenging. No matter what business you’re in, your ability to lead your organization through change can make or break your success. Changes come in a variety of ways for a variety of reasons. The […]
Connect With Others Executive Leaders Connect with Others (9/18/2017) Posted in: Authenticity, Business Performance, Communication, Employee Development, Employee Engagement, Executive Leadership, Leadership, Listening, Teambuilding - The Wall Street Journal reported that the executives identified as “high achievers” cared about both people and profits. Average achievers focused on production, and low achievers were most concerned about themselves. Building relationships with people can also build success. Plus, having real relationships makes going to work every day far more enjoyable. You don’t have […]

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