Posts Tagged ‘coaching’
The Toxic Boss – 6 X 6
What happens when you have a toxic boss and how to fix it A toxic boss affects your work, job satisfaction, and quality of life. Knowing what a toxic boss does to the organization and the employee is essential. But equally important is to have strategies to manage a poisonous boss situation. Here are six…Read More
Improve your leadership presence!
Leadership presence is a vital aspect of being an effective leader. It refers to how you carry yourself, communicate, and interact with others. Your leadership presence can inspire and motivate people to follow you or create a sense of unease and reluctance. To improve your leadership presence, here are some tips that can help. Changing…Read More
The Buck Stops Here – How to make sound decisions
Making difficult choices at work can be challenging, especially when the outcome of those decisions can significantly impact the organization and the people it serves. Whether you are a manager or an individual contributor, there are times when you will be faced with difficult choices that require you to consider your options and carefully make…Read More
No Succession Plan? What could go wrong?
Succession planning can be seen as a “nice to have,” but it can wait. Umm, not so much. I was an executive with a credit union when the CEO died suddenly at a legislative breakfast at the state capitol. The disruption, disarray, and sense of fear were overwhelming. Key executives were more worried about their…Read More
Bad, bad culture…
Corporate culture refers to the values, beliefs, and behaviors that shape a company’s overall work and service environment. A positive corporate culture enhances employee satisfaction, fosters innovation, and promotes productivity. Conversely, a bad corporate culture devastates a company, its employees, and its customers. In this article, I will explore the dangers of bad corporate culture…Read More
To Lay Off or Not to Lay Off – the big question
The decision to lay off employees is one of the most challenging decisions a company can make. It is often a last resort in response to changing market conditions, financial difficulties, or shifts in the company’s strategic direction. However, while layoffs can be necessary for a company to survive, it is essential to approach the…Read More
Building New Leaders is Job One.
Why Leadership Development Should Be a Top Priority. Leadership is a critical component of any successful organization. Influential leaders can inspire, motivate, and guide their teams toward achieving goals. However, leaders are not born; they are made, which is where leadership development comes in. Effective leadership is critical to the success of any organization. Leaders…Read More
The Strategic Org Structure?
Most organizations have stuck with a legacy org structure where the functional silos are clearly defined. The challenge this kind of structure causes is to recognize and respond more quickly to the need for cross-functional and cross-silo projects and initiatives. The re-visualization of the org structure, functions, and roles should align with strategic objectives, not…Read More
Why a Fractional Executive?
In today’s fast-paced and ever-changing business environment, it’s becoming increasingly important for companies to be flexible and adaptable. One way to achieve this is by hiring a fractional leader or an interim or part-time executive. A fractional leader is an experienced business professional hired to fill a temporary leadership role, typically for a specific project…Read More