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The hit NBC comedy he Office features a neurotic, naive and often unruly character in Michael Scott. The show is famous for uncomfortable workplace moments and many of the scenes feel as if they are based in reality. Yet behind the entertainment, the premise begs the question: How do leaders emerge and how could incompetent… Read more »
Several years ago, I was assigned to coach an executive who was extremely frustrated about what she felt was a horrible team she’d inherited.
Leadership and innovation are two concepts in business that reach across the board. Every company, big or small, established or new, strive to achieve them. So what’s the best way to do so?
One of the biggest mistakes leaders make is getting so wrapped up in achieving results, they forget to ensure that people are having fun along the way.
Leadership helps set the pace of the organization, not just the direction. And leaders of tomorrow are in training today!
As a professional, you are a master of your craft – but, how do you effectively communicate with clients and stakeholders to achieve maximum results?
An enormous element of good leadership is understanding and embracing diversity. That means we might ask: “What planet are you from?”
The boss is supposed to be the person with the answers, who is decisive, well-informed and supremely confident. Why then does it seem like so many managers are clueless?
Servant-leaders are humble stewards of their organization’s resources. This revolutionary program for senior and support staff is spearheading a new approach to organizational growth and development, as well as providing the tactical steps to implement TODAY for long-term career growth.
This presentation covers the how-to’s of servant-leadership, what servant-leadership is and how the field is using it now. Topics include where it is used – and where it is not – and the questions of who, what, when, why, and how.
As a leader, how much do you think relating to your people matters? Cultivating strong working relationships helps in having an engaged and motivated team.
Our own Robby Slaughter is featured on a post at Fathom Voice. His topic is leadership and innovation, and especially the differences and similarities between the two.
As a leader, your success depends upon your ability to get things done: up, down and across all lines. To succeed, you must learn four essential skills of persuading people creating influence.
Of all the jobs you can get in the modern world, working in a kitchen may be one of the most frantic. And the behavior chefs are legendary for is being troublesome.
As you have probably seen in the news, a man was forcefully removed from a United Airlines flight that was overbooked. The video went viral, and people were outraged. They should have been.
Do you know someone who is surprisingly skilled at building professional relationships? Did you ever wonder should I be doing more of this? The truth is you should be!
Have you or someone else ever been quick to take credit for a successful outcome you were connected to, but at the first sign of trouble, assigned blame to any and everyone involved?
You know how to do things. You were trained, or you taught yourself, or you went to school. But skills aren’t enough to succeed in the workplace.
What do Michael Jordan, Coca-Cola, the Panama Canal, Warner Bros. and Ulysses S. Grant have in common? They were all miserable failures. However, the colossal errors that have been made throughout history often light the way to amazing victories. Failure is the secret to success. In this speech, presented by AccelaWork principal Robby Slaughter, learn… Read more »