Search for content, post, videos

Tag

leadership

workplace-stress-leadership-office
0 COMMENT
357 Views
Leadership’s Role in Reducing Workplace Stress

According to an annual survey from the APA or American Psychological Association, 61 percent of individuals in the United States consider work one of the most common sources of stress. In fact, work ranked higher than violence and crime and the current political climate. Similar findings are reported in other…

culture-atmosphere-environment-organization
0 COMMENT
379 Views
Changing Culture ≠ Nirvana

I’m no math wizard. I’m a lawyer. So, you might be wondering why I am using a mathematical equation to discuss Organizational Culture. Culture Culture has been a buzzword in HR for the last decade. Indeed, there have been innumerable articles and studies discussing the concept of “change your culture,…

engagement-communication-happy-employees-team
0 COMMENT
504 Views
7 Communication Keys To Greater Engagement

We’re living and working in an amazing time. Continual improvements in technology are nothing short of mind-blowing. But we’re also living and working in a time that is mind-disturbing, because we are more connected but less engaged than ever before. Indeed, numerous studies over the last couple of decades keep…

PECB-Insights-Magazine-17th-issue-out-now
0 COMMENT
450 Views
17th Magazine Issue is out now!

It’s The Most Wonderful Time of The Year! As we are approaching the holiday season, this time of year drives us to focus on what we are thankful for—the people and moments that make us truly happy. We are thankful for all of you, our readers. You inspire us to…

leadership-hope-corporate-culture
0 COMMENT
565 Views
Top Tips for Infusing Hope into Your Corporate Culture

When your team is faced with changes, challenges, or chaos, inspire them with a future-focused vision of shared success! You may never encounter such traits in a job description for an executive position, but there are four key characteristics that followers want their leaders to have: compassion, stability, trust, and hope.…

soft-skills-leadership-achievement - Copy
0 COMMENT
834 Views
Why Soft Skills Are The New Bottom-Line?

The argument about “Hard skills vs soft skills” and which one is more important or more necessary is as old as “Are great leaders born or developed”. Both sides have compiled convincing arguments, but throughout the thirty plus years, I’ve been serving personal and professional leaders, I’ve come to realize…

leadership-working-hard-employee
0 COMMENT
764 Views
The Attention Deficit in the Workplace

The Answer Starts With You! You are a role model to someone. The expression “tone at the top” is true. The example leaders demonstrate is often believed to be a requirement employees must follow. No matter what is written in policy handbooks or said aloud, the traits leaders demonstrate, others…

emotional-intelligence-leadership
0 COMMENT
1323 Views
Emotional Intelligence: Make Sense Out Of Senselessness

Emotions, as a state of feeling, are those that shape one’s destiny, help one understand and empathize, and are those that one obeys to without realizing it. While some continue to view emotions as “acute disturbances of the individual,” there is a general shift of beliefs from emotions being considered…