If you are struggling to connect with your team, this simple set of questions will help you earn the respect of your team as a manager.
The fastest way to lose someone in a conversation is by talking too much. In this article, I offer several simple techniques to help you focus more of your attention on those you hope to influence.
Money is only one factor when making a career transition decision. Often the intangibles will play a much larger role in your happiness. I look at two critical questions to ask yourself when presented with a new opportunity.
If your new team is not coming together, trust might be the problem. Try this fun icebreaker in a meeting to build a stronger team bond.
Too many people get stuck waiting for approval when they should really be acting. In this article, we examine an old management maxim, "Ask for forgiveness, not approval."
Though 50% of the population is extroverted, 96% of managers and executives display extroverted personalities. This article examines why most companies are missing the boat with succession planning and promotions.
Working too many hours as a manager? You're taking on too many hot potato's. It's time to give them back.
I examine the team dynamics of a steel company in crisis in this article. The lessons in leadership apply in any high-pressure business situation.
The only thing worse than reducing your workforce is notifying people who felt they were safe. I examine an ugly example of a layoff gone wrong and three lessons learned from the experience.