Where do you meet your best ideas? Not at work, for most people. While recruiting ads and employee communications are often sprinkled with “come create here” messages, the truth is that most of the working force feels more pressure to be productive at work than to be creative. Here’s how to be at your best when you meet your best ideas.
Continuous improvement is the hallmark of successful organization. How does your executive team set the example and tempo for continuous improvement in your organization?
How can you support a CEO who is dealing with someone who as crossed the ethics line for the company? How can you discipline and write up such behavior in a performance review? We’ll discuss that in this blog.
Creating and leading meetings that matter is the single most valuable situation you have to create a culture of ownership and breakthrough results for your business. Why is your executive meeting the best meeting in the company?
Pop culture bombards us with “the glass is half full” messages and scolds those that refer to anything that resembles “a half empty glass”. Yet we owe our existence, in part, to the survival strategies that kick in when we view things pessimistically. How do you encourage both pessimistic and optimistic conversations in your team?
If you see things in your business that are not running as they could be, chances are there are some executives running red lights in the senior team.