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How to be a Productive Influence at your Next Team Meeting

How to be a Productive Influence at your Next Team Meeting

Before your next meeting ask yourself these 5 questions: Be a productive influence and use these questions to focus your mindset and enage your motivation, contribution, open mindedness, collaboration, and support skills. 1. What is my purpose for attending this team...

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Career Frameworks: The Foundation for Pay Transparency

Career Frameworks: The Foundation for Pay Transparency

Introduction: Nowadays, employees are demanding greater visibility into salary structures, driven by a desire for fairness and equality. Legislative changes are also highlighting the significance of pay equity, and requiring pay transparency [1] (see California's new...

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Is Quiet Quitting just a Bad Attitude?

Is Quiet Quitting just a Bad Attitude?

"Quiet quitting," "act your wage," and "that’s above my paygrade" are phrases that, if taking hold in your culture, are warning signs that should not be ignored. They are like the little bubbles starting in the pot. Discontent is building and might soon boil over...

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None of Us Are as Smart as All of Us

None of Us Are as Smart as All of Us

Realize the value of this truism in 3 simple steps   The most valuable tool I have used for over 20+ years in my team coaching is "think, write, share". These processes have several benefits for teams, including: Improved clarity: By taking the time to think...

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Have you turned on LinkedIn creator mode?

Have you turned on LinkedIn creator mode?

If not consider doing so. There are new features that will help you showcase your skills and knowledge, build out your brand, serve and grow your audience, and contribute as a thought leader in your areas of expertise. LinkedIn Creator Mode was launched in 2021, has...

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How to Build Up and Support vs Steal Monkeys

How to Build Up and Support vs Steal Monkeys

How to best support and grow those you lead using simple inquiry and avoid stealing their monkeys.   Next time an employee asks for help, you may find yourself walking a tightrope between micromanaging and under-leading. You want to provide enough guidance...

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Add this One Word to Transform your Feedback

Add this One Word to Transform your Feedback

Be a more positive and inspiring leader using this one technique When delivering negative feedback, you’ve probably been told to use a feedback sandwich which is two pieces of positive feedback surrounding the negative feedback. I have never been a fan of this method...

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