Developing Leadership Skills Across the Workplace - Training Matters episode 27

Developing Leadership Skills Across the Workplace

You don’t develop leadership skills through luck, it takes training, experience, self-learning, and staying on top of best practices. Supervisors must have the right attitude and aptitude to excel in their challenging role but all staff members benefit from developing their own leadership skills and elevate their personal and professional development. Eric Eaton talks about accountability and how he elevated …

Pump Up The Bottom Line With Engaged Employees

Pump Up the Bottom Line with Engaged Employees

What is the motivation to investigate and implement strategies that promote employee engagement? Gallup says that disengaged employees may be costing the US economy $450-$550 billion per year! Their research goes on to say that on the average ONLY 30% of the workforce is engaged. The remaining 70% are most likely committed to undermining what engaged workers accomplish. Imagine the …

Leading The Way At The Branch - Honey Shelton's Blog

Leading the Way at the Branch

The highly accomplished basketball coach at Duke University, Coach Mike Krzyzewski, has earned a reputation for being an outstanding leader. In his book, Leading with the Heart, Coach K says, “There are five fundamental qualities that make every team great: communication, trust, collective responsibility, caring, and pride. I like to think of each as a separate finger on the fist. Any …