Category: Business

Leadership is Freakin Hard

According to research the so-called leadership gap is in direct proportion to the lack of engagement in the U.S. workforce. Most of the leaders and teams I talk with tell me that leadership is freakin hard, too hard. Millennials say leadership is freakin hard and they avoid it. They are actively moving away from seeking leadership roles and that’s too bad because……………………………………… view article


Increase Your Value By 50%: Invest in Public Speaking Ability

Value in the workplace is dependent on your speaking ability. Verbal communication is the sine qua non or key ingredient of workplace success. Leaders, managers and team members who concisely articulate their point or explain a process, position themselves as educated, top notch. It is a real skill to be able to deliver a message and not talk in circles. Speaking direct………………………. view article


4 Ways a CEO Promotes Growth

Passion is only a small part of the success formula. Zinn worked tirelessly to develop business sense and leadership competency….becoming more agile and adaptive. Uncertainty, volatility and the pace of change—a “new normal” dictates the need for adaptability, open-mindedness and quick and nimble responsiveness. view article


Make Everyone A Leader

“Every individual within the organization has answers and solutions. The knowledge of the many outshines the knowledge of the few. We need every team member involved as a leader.” The team of leaders owns the mission or the challenge with which they are tasked. They are naturally driven to do well. No team tries to be second. They are………….. view article


Personal Development IS Leadership Development

Personal Development IS leadership development. Cognitive research and experience has shown that one can’t learn personal development in a classroom. It requires different mechanisms for learning. First you must………………… view article