Do you remember your first days of school each year growing up? For most of us, these days were filled with getting to know our teacher, classmates, and basic classroom guidelines.
The importance of delegating is well-researched and considered a known fact nowadays. Yet, many leaders and other authority figures struggle to hone in on the skill.
Offering feedback is a tricky business. What you say and how you say can have a major impact on how the other person receives the information you’re sharing.
For years, a productive work week has been defined by clocking eight hours a day, five days a week, to reach the magical 40 hours. When the clock strikes five o’clock, you’re golden-- go home! You’ve done your job!
Fear and anxiety are overtaking the country-- a frightening result of the growing coronavirus pandemic.
During times of prosperity and growth within the workplace, good leaders emerge. When the smooth sailing comes to an end and turbulence arises, the environment of the workplace changes drastically.
Transformational leadership is a leadership style that is, well, exactly what it claims to be: transformational.
A wise man once said, “It doesn't make sense to hire smart people and then tell them what to do; we hire smart people so they can tell us what to do.”
The game of business is infinite, with constantly changing rules and a mix of known and unknown players.
Most workplaces are built on hierarchy systems. Some workers sit at the top while everyone else is somewhere below trying to climb the ladder.