Monthly Archives: January 2017
Someone who doesn’t believe in your vision never helps you achieve it. Unbelievers: Don’t waste time convincing unbelievers to support an effort they understand, but don’t believe in. Work with true believers. Encourage weak believers. Ignore unbelievers. One passionate unbeliever … Continue reading
The link below leads you to the recent Gallup article on using Strengths Based Cultures to attract recruits. http://www.gallup.com/businessjournal/200123/strengths-based-cultures-attract-top-talent.aspx? An employment brand that conveys an organization’s strengths-based culture goes a long way in attracting top talent. A strengths-based brand draws … Continue reading
In chapter 8 of the book “Soar With YOur Strengths” on the topic of celebrating strengths, Dr. Clifton suggests ways to acknowledge people’s strengths. One way is to simply watch people. “As you watch, you take a mental photograph of what a … Continue reading
Looking forward to leading the learning for two day Master Managers Course in both Greensboro and Raliegh.
Jacob Morgan , Forbes CONTRIBUTOR The role of management has changed quite a bit over the past few years. Few people realize it, but the role of management was originally created to maintain the status quo and enforce rules and … Continue reading