December is often a time of taking stock of the year that was, and preparing for the year to come. So, this year’s December theme of reflection is on Effectiveness.
It’s a word that makes its way on to many a professional growth list, agendas and plans for improvement – from employees to organizations. What may feel elusive to many, and second nature to some, is in fact a
Let’s talk about the practical ways that you can make your workplace a little more enjoyable and a little less of a Stephen King movie.
In my career working for and consulting to many different companies, I learned that the biggest obstacle to positive change is creating good sustainable habits.
The concept of lean has been successfully imported from lean manufacturing into many sectors and industries. So, why not into executive management?
Today’s workplaces are full of people running in different directions. Getting busy with much activity, ending their day with little to show for it all. Lack of focus drains leader-managers’ energy, wastes team resources, and dilutes all efforts to excel and be effective.
One of the most common reasons for business failure is lack of team alignment. Leader-Managers can set out brilliant strategic objectives.