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Morag Barrett

Many managers would do well to quit their MBA program, (and quit Management by Bossing Around) to focus on their relationship skills. Maybe that manager is you.
But I’m not a people person!
Society is in a transition phase in terms of how relationships are valued in the workplace. The percentage of workers who come from the traditional “business is business” mindset is still large. However, as they approach retirement age the next generation is stepping forward, …

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Why Businesses Must Embrace Digital Transformation

Andrew Deen

The digital transformation has already begun, and any currently operating business that hasn’t incorporated this imminent, transformative change into their long-term survival strategy may not be operating for much longer. Just as the global digital community was getting used to a “mobile-first” world, the exponential development of technology is quickly …

Trends That Will Shape the Future of HR

Shuba Kathikeyan

Amid the technological explosion in mainstream media, it’s becoming more and more imperative for the HR landscape to ride the tide of the digital era. Essentially, this means making use of new technologies, investing in resource management, and redefining the HR function.
It doesn’t matter what the company’s business is. Whether …

Building Strong Stakeholder Relationships (with Tools to Help)

Jesse Jacoby

[Below is one of the 21 modules from Savvy Transition, a program that helps leaders be successful in their roles. If you like this content, check out the complete program at www.SavvyTransition.com.]
A stakeholder is anyone who shares (or might share) one or more of your objectives or goals—in other words, …

How to Convert Project Failures into Amazing Successes

Steve Salisbury

We all want to be positive, embrace an optimistic future, and focus on possibilities. This is especially true in managing projects and introducing change into an organization. We see the possibilities at the other end of the change, it can be exciting . . . however, the change can’t simply …

How to Improve Your Employees’ Mindsets for Shared Success

Andrew Deen
How to Improve Your Employees’ Mindsets for Shared Success

Approaching a “Fixed” or “Growth” Mindset to Increase Employee Engagement through Strategic Communication
The mindset of your employees has an immense impact on how they think, feel, engage their colleagues, approach new challenges, and react to professional success or failure. Identifying and understanding the mentality of an employee is of critical …

How Leaders Can Inspire Change In Company Culture

Andrew Deen

Millennials are getting older and soon they will take over most of the jobs left by the generations before them. It is estimated that they will comprise as much as 75% of the workforce by 2025. They have witnessed a recession, a job crisis, and many are struggling with student …

How to Manage Talent

Jesse Jacoby

While there’s some doubt now as to whether or not Calvin Coolidge coined this saying, the advice still holds true:
“Nothing in the world can take the place of Persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. …

Change and Culture: Two Badgers Fighting in a Sack

Nick Anderson
Change and Culture: Two Badgers Fighting in a Sack

Leading change is at best a challenge. At worst a nightmare as change and culture fight like two badgers in a sack. Realistic? No, but nevertheless intense. Leading during this level of intensity requires that leaders have the skills to prevent culture from over-powering required change.
The conflict between change and …

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