Communication

Compassion + communication = culture change

By Mitchell Nash on January 30, 2015

Change is a lot easier when your employees are fully on board with what you’re trying to do and are equipped to handle the normal human reactions that whole-scale change is guaranteed to bring about.

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Edit the script to your leadership story

By Briana Goldman on January 27, 2015

We encourage the leaders we work with to look at the highs and lows of their life, diagram them, and look for themes and insights to emerge. The objective is to strengthen their leadership by understanding what makes them a leader (and the person) they are.

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Managing the human side of change (video)

By Mitchell Nash on January 15, 2015

As you’ll see in the following video clip, “change” is only half the challenge. Managing the human side of change—transitions—is the key.

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The secret of employee engagement (part 2)

By Marty Jordan on January 13, 2015

You don’t need a training budget or a formal training program to help employees gain new knowledge and learn new skills. Some of the most engaged and successful employees are those who are encouraged to grow and are involved in key decisions.

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Empowerment trumps authority

By Mitchell Nash on January 7, 2015

Authority can compel action but it does little to inspire belief. It’s not enough to get people to do what you want, they also have to want what you want or any change is bound to be short lived.

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Top posts of 2014

By Rory Cellucci on December 31, 2014

Tracking the most popular posts of the year helps us continue to improve—and sparks some friendly competition between our bloggers too!

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The secret to employee engagement (Part 1)

By Marty Jordan on December 17, 2014

Engaged employees have tremendous pride and job ownership, they put forth more discretionary effort in terms of time and energy and, on average, demonstrate significantly higher levels of performance and productivity than those who are not engaged.

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5 leadership lessons from an orchestra conductor

By Bill Springer on December 16, 2014

Roger Nierenberg

Nothing illustrates skillful leadership more beautifully (or metaphorically) than a maestro leading a talented symphony orchestra.

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Coaching the Inner Critic

By Susan MacKenty Brady on December 11, 2014

We all have an Inner Critic. Here’s part one of a three-part series on how you can Coach Your Inner Critic in 30 Seconds or Less.

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Announcing The 30-Second Guide to Coaching Your Inner Critic

By Bill Springer on December 9, 2014

You can be a better leader and manager by coaching your inner critic. But after reading this short book you might find that the rewards of keeping your inner critic in check—better relationships, better ideas, better work performance, even better sleep—have universal appeal.

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