Tag: Emotional Intelligence

How to Hold On to Millennial Employees

Millennials get a bad rap these days as job hoppers. However, most want to find a great company to grow with. In order to secure dynamic millennials as new hires, you’ll need to adjust how you interview and portray your company in the most attractive light for them. Employee retention is essential, and you’ll find… Read more »

Purpose and Vision

Purpose and Vision In recent years as the millennials have entered the workplace, there has been more discussion about their need to be part of something greater. Working is not just about having a career and making money. It has more dimensions, including how their job contributes to a purpose. In the past, an organization… Read more »

Harness Your Passion

Pilot your passion Amelia Earhart, Leonardo Da Vinci, The Wright Brothers, and Marie Curie.. What did all of these people have in common?  They followed their passions unapologetically and found success in something that they were excited about. When is the last time you spent a couple of hours doing something that made you feel… Read more »

Leadership & Values

 Leadership & Values – “Valueship” Valueship is not a new concept. Those who are already leading successful companies are doing so because they are practicing Valueship. James L. Heskett, UPS Foundation Professor of Business Logistics at the Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard University, and Leonard A. Schlesinger, the George Fisher Baker, Jr., Professor of… Read more »

Core Values

“Core Values” Values-based leadership begins with identifying core values. Core values are the basic principles which we have chosen to guide our actions. Core values define beliefs, standards, and acceptable behaviors. Once determined and communicated throughout the organization, they guide and govern the decisions and actions of the individuals and the organization. The core values… Read more »

Shaping Organizational Culture

There are many challenges that face executives and the leaders of a business. Guiding and directing the way employees handle the business, transactions, relations with one another, and overall functions of the company are key parts of being in leadership. Establishing a well-defined organizational culture is vital to being successful in business development. What is… Read more »

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 funds for the initiative, he… Read more »

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 is communicated consistently in words… Read more »

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 them for. This way, company… Read more »

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 different way of communicating and… Read more »