The early signs that crisis is coming are subtle and clear! Don’t let crisis management get out-of-hand – look and listen for these surprising warning signs!
Posts Tagged: Performance
Think you can’t change behaviors? Think again! These five simple actions can change your world!
I share a few highlights from the Patrick Lencioni Webinar I attended this month. Hope you enjoy the insights!
Accountability is a hot topic with many of my clients. Here’s what I think is the #1 way to build Accountability in your organization!
Have you ever had worked in a company where you literally hopped from meeting to meeting all day – one right after another? I certainly have seen it happen – kidnaped or not. The biggest problems with this meeting mania is it doesn’t leave any time to 1) get any actual work done, and 2) more importantly, THINK! Why can’t we solve this dilemma?
We often use the phrase “Our Employees Are Our Greatest Asset,” but what do we mean when we make this statement? I must admit, I don’t think I have ever heard a company actually define what they mean by employees being their greatest asset, and if it’s not defined, then chances are the employees aren’t…
Do you believe you can create successful employees thought self-fulfilling prophesies? I do and both this article in the Harvard Business Review and that 1960’s study in a San Francisco elementary school seem to point that way as well. Read on to hear how easier graders on performance reviews and biased expectations fostered success.
Have you ever received a gift or had a colleague or boss say thanks in such an unique, personal way that 15 years later you still remember it? Below are some creative meaningful ways to say thanks to someone who makes a difference on the job (or at home), along with a few reminders.
When is the last time you REALLY gave thanks to someone – I don’t just mean saying the words with a heartfelt smile – I mean really laid it on thick and let them know why you are so appreciative both at home or on the job?
How do you feel about making mistakes? Do you cringe, hide, get angry or jump for joy?