Category: Personal Development

Do What You Say You’re Going To Do

One of the most powerful ways to build credibility at work as a manager, at home as a parent/manager—with any relationship, is to do what you say you’re going to do. It’s one of the easiest things to say—I do what I say I will do, but it’s uncommon to see people actually execute on this promise. When the time comes to fulfill the promise, it has become less important and less critical, at least in our perception. This experience is…………………… view article


Question Assumptions

What are you assuming about yourself? Assumptions are knee-jerk, autopilot judgments we hold and follow, usually without questioning them. There are good assumptions and not so good. For example…………………. view article


Ten Mistakes of Bad Managers

Ten Mistakes of Bad Managers is a trap really–resulting from insecurity, losing your way and not knowing what to do. When managers don’t know what to do they reach for anything to quickly ease the pain…….They don’t intend to be Bad Managers but too often……………………   view article


What is Presence?

Presence means your knowledge of Self, insight, awareness and understanding are the overriding energy you use to be, to interact and respond to situations. You don’t react based on conditioning. The manager with Presence would be able to pivot in real time, right in front of the difficult employee and…………………….. view article


Don’t Be an Average Manager

The average manager thinks he/she needs to have the answers and be the smartest one in the room. The leader is not required to be the smartest one in the room. Leaders create the environment for success. The team recognizes this opportunity that you create and they seize it!…………………… view article