When starting a new job, your first 90 days are critical. A good first impression will make a difference in the way you’re perceived by your boss and your new colleagues. This is why it is a good idea to understand the culture of the organization and your team during those first months on the new job. Not sure how to do this? Here’s a … [Read more...] about Three Tips for Making a Positive Impact in Your New Job
As a leader, your mindset influences everything. It affects your attitude, how you handle challenges, and ultimately your success. If you have the wrong mindset, it will show. You know the kind of leader who has the wrong mindset. He is negative and difficult to be around. He’s out of touch with his team, to the point that they have … [Read more...] about Why Your Leadership Mindset Matters
There are tons of benefits to have part-time employees: they reduce the workload of your full-time staff and when you can’t afford to add more full-time employees, part-time workers provide the skills needed without breaking the budget. While there are countless benefits to employing part-time workers, leading them isn’t without its … [Read more...] about Two Tips For Managing a Part Time Team
How do you build a winning team? Have you noticed how great leaders always praise the people who helped them succeed? How did these leaders build a winning team, and what makes a team great? Goals can’t be met when teams are disjointed, or lack the skills needed to get the job done. Simply put, a talented team who works well together … [Read more...] about Four Seats You Have To Fill on a Winning Team
Personally, I don’t think an MBA is enough or is even required. I know that you can be successful without getting an MBA because I don’t have one. However, I do believe there is one skill that can help you get ahead regardless of your degree: being an avid learner. I believe being an avid learner differentiates good leaders from … [Read more...] about Making the decision to invest in an MBA?
Imagine the worst has happened. The credibility of your business is on the line. Social media is slamming your organization and you’ve lost goodwill with your customers. Morale is down. People are murmuring negative comments at every team meeting. You’re even wondering if maybe the time has come to call it quits. Okay, so this example is … [Read more...] about Two Ways To Maintain a Positive Culture When The Chips Are Down