Do you remember the first office you worked in? If you were like me, the office was one of the considerations for where you would work. Where was it located? What was it like? Were there offices/cubes? How did it feel? I still remember walking into the elevator after one of my office interviews and […]
Out of Sight: The Impact of Visibility on Career Opportunities“Out of sight, out of mind.” It’s a cliché saying that we’ve all heard, but it is so true. In this current age of multiple tasks, activities, and priorities constantly vying for our attention, anything or anyone who is not “on the list” may not draw our eye. The same applies to people and relationships. […]
If you lead, you lead change. Period. And your leadership makes a difference. In fact, the data shows that leadership makes the biggest difference when it comes to change. Prosci, a global research firm with the largest body of change management data, has found that: The #1 contributor to successful change is active and visible sponsorship from leaders. […]
According to Dictionary.com, the definition of agility is “the power of moving quickly and easily; nimbleness; or the ability to think and draw conclusions quickly; intellectual acuity ” Having agility is often associated with physical movements such as dance, sports, or working out, and having it is frequently highlighted as a great asset. As the second piece of the […]
Because I have spent my entire career in professional services, it is not often that clients or connections associate me with agriculture or farming. However, it is someone from this industry, a humble farmer named Tom, who has had the greatest impact on my career.
Feedback is a key to growth and development, and professionals crave it. However, we, as leaders, aren’t always great at giving it. Moreover, if we do give it, we often don’t provide enough feedback or we don’t deliver it in the right manner for it to be meaningful and improve performance. So, what gets in the way? Our intentions and actions can become entangled in six common traps.
2020 has been like no other year we have faced in recent history. And although we’ve nearly all had to adjust and adapt at home, at work, and in our communities, one thing that hasn’t changed is how grateful we are.
As we celebrate Thanksgiving this week, we want to say Thank You for:
Partnering with us – Whether it’s by reading the newsletter, reading the blog, attending a presentation session at a conference, participating in our workshop sessions, knowledge sharing with us, referring us, discussing an opportunity for a project, or working with us as clients to achieve your goals, we have greatly appreciated the connections and opportunities you have given us.