Executive Coaching

Developing A High-Performance Culture!

In the early 1960s, President John F. Kennedy stated that he wanted to send a man to the moon and bring him back safely by the end of the decade; a pretty lofty goal.  Senator George Smathers from Florida agreed with the “lofty goal” part.  So, before voting to secure

Creating A Corporate Culture To Attract Top Talent

Creating a corporate culture that attracts top talent is an investment in your company’s future. It is very important to recognize that becoming an employer of choice is not luck; it is a strategy. A strategy that starts at the top and is lived by everyone. A company-wide endeavor that

How to Accurately Measure Talent

In order to inform and support the success of both your selection and retention processes, you must accurately measure the talent of every candidate and employee in your organization. By accurately measuring talent, you are able to ensure that you successfully match the best talent to the job you hire

Successful Leaders Understand and Use DISC

As a leader, one the biggest jobs you have is communicating well with your staff and facilitating a communicative environment between staff members. In order to boost communication levels, you must understand your own personality as well as the personality of others working with you.  Each of us has a

Implementing Big-Business Leadership

Regardless of the size of your business, strong and effective leadership is the key to success. In order to pull this off, you need set a clear vision, engage your team, and get everyone focused on the common goals you wish to achieve. The principles are the same for a

The Inner Game of Leadership

In 1974, Tim Galley coined the term “inner game” in his published novel, The Inner Game of Golf.  Since then, many have found a way to apply the same “inner game” concept to leadership! Qualities that make up one’s inner game of leadership include vision, courage, passion, wisdom, and intuition. In

What does a big win look like for your company today?

What does a big win look like for you and your company today? Do you think that your team could answer the question in a similar way as you? Some may mention core values or income goals while others might not recall the company mission statement. What would it take

What Failure Teaches Us

Failure is often the best teacher in life. Painful at times?  Absolutely, because no one likes to fail.  We have the desire to succeed but an occasional failure helps us to learn new things along the way. Failing at something teaches a lesson and helps you to change, grow and

Make Your Company Values Known

Are your company values known by all employees? Every business owner has a reason behind starting their company. Whatever that reason is, it is important that your staff understands it. When employees know your passions, they will feel more motivated to help you be successful. People will put more of