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Return on Values Feature: Why Love is the First Leadership Skill You Should Develop

Research shows that love for your employees positively influences perceptions of leadership. […] → Continue Reading Return on Values Feature: Why Love is the First Leadership Skill You Should Develop

How to Empower Your People & Save Yourself from Burnout: Coach, Don’t Tell

Prevent burnout and build a team of expert problem solvers by coaching employees rather than giving answers. […] → Continue Reading How to Empower Your People & Save Yourself from Burnout: Coach, Don’t Tell

How to Develop Top Talent

CEO C. Richard Panico, of the consulting group Integrated Project Management (IPM), says his team has a “hell of a lot of fun” pursuing excellence. But building an award-winning team doesn’t happen by chance: it takes a concentrated effort to hire, train and develop exceptional talent. In this short video, part of the Return on […] → Continue Reading How to Develop Top Talent

The Many Benefits of Kindness

Much has been written about achieving work-life balance, but we all know the truth: sometimes life just runs right over the top of work. Family emergencies happen, relationships end, and health concerns hit hard – making it impossible for a person to focus on their work, at least in the short-term. By law companies provide […] → Continue Reading The Many Benefits of Kindness

Make Your Boss Work for You: How One Company’s Fierce Commitment to Personal, Professional, and Financial Goals Drives Corporate Success

How do you give team members a sense of ownership in the company, so they work harder, perform better, and reach goals? Make it clear how their performance at work directly impacts their personal financial goals. At Service Express, a national firm providing data-center maintenance, senior leaders believe their number one objective is to help […] → Continue Reading Make Your Boss Work for You: How One Company’s Fierce Commitment to Personal, Professional, and Financial Goals Drives Corporate Success

Decision Day: How to Fire with Dignity & Respect

No matter how hard you work to hire the right people, every leader eventually finds it necessary to let an employee go. The way in which you fire an underperforming or poor culture-fit employee reflects greatly on your character as a leader and the values of your company. In this short video, part of the […] → Continue Reading Decision Day: How to Fire with Dignity & Respect

Stumbling onto the Best Ways to Create Culture

My wife Beverlee and I have been married for nearly three decades; I have to tell you – we got lucky. Through a lot of trial and error and forgiveness, we’ve stumbled onto a way to make our relationship work. No one sat us down, in our early twenties, and said, “Here’s the way to […] → Continue Reading Stumbling onto the Best Ways to Create Culture