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From the most recent Gallup engagement survey spanning July 13 through September 27, 2020, the percentage of engaged employees-those who are highly involved in, enthusiastic about, and committed to their work and workplace- has dropped back to just slightly above the...
In the Covid 19 environment, it is imperative for Boards of Directors and CEOs to discuss short term and long-term succession plans. What if the CEO is hospitalized or incapacitated in a manner that leaves a hug gap in the organization leadership structure? Whether...
If a leader is willing to make a long-term commitment to her development, the combination of leadership and coaching can present a unique opportunity for self-actualizing.
It is well known that one of the key roles for executive leaders is getting the right people in the right seats. And, it is clear that this is easier said than done. Barb Krantz Taylor provides some strategic considerations for getting this right.
Assessing your organization’s bench strength and identifying areas of improvement are essential to the longevity of your company.
Once our minds are made up on important matters, changing them can be as difficult as stopping a train hurtling at full speed, even when there’s danger straight ahead.
It takes a lot of compassion and resiliency to thrive right now. And, it takes patience—for yourself and others—as we all learn a new way to be normal at work and/or at home. If your patience is being stretched thin, here are three tips.
Can you win the game without knowing what winning looks like and the rules of the game? Suz Feely explains why the answer is no.
Coaching can help leaders to find a balance between humility and boldness (ambition), whatever your personality tendency.
When work, life, and anything else start building up, what are your favorite go-to’s that remind you that you will survive? Barb Taylor is having one of those weeks and she shares hers.