Archive for October, 2012

What We Know About Change

October 29th, 2012 | Posted in Change, Clarity, Effectiveness, Leadership Fitness

According to a global study on employee engagement by Right Management, less than half (43%) of employees are confident in their organization’s change process. The biggest downfall for senior leaders is the perception that they do not follow through on what they say they will do. Many change initiatives are sold using fear. While these […]

The Power of Perspective and Focus

October 26th, 2012 | Posted in Clarity, Leadership Fitness

We start each day with the best intentions and the highest hopes of being productive; creating value for our colleagues and customers; and making meaningful progress on our personal and professional goals. And then…, we encounter real-life relationships and experience real-life interactions that invariably disappoint us and frustrate us. When this happens, we can easily […]