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How to Develop Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace: Tips and Strategies

Have you ever had a misunderstanding at work and walked away wondering what the other person’s problem was? Do you ever get overly frustrated at work or lose motivation? Increasing your emotional...

Coaching for Results: Performance Coaching (Part 3 of 3)

Most people go to work each day with good intentions. But for many organizations and businesses, simply doing a good job won’t cut it. In a fiercely competitive, volatile, ever-changing world, organizations...

12 Great Performance-Coaching Books to Read [2019]

How important is coaching to your organization? Do you coach your direct reports? Would you like managers and leaders in your company to coach employees more often and in more effective ways?...

Coaching for Results: What Gets in the Way of Effective Coaching? (Part 2 of 3)

If we’ve learned one thing about coaching in a professional environment, it’s that performance problems rarely get better on their own. To make progress, someone has to step up and intervene in...

Coaching for Results: 3 Main Causes of Underperformance (Part 1 of 3)

In many organizations, people shy away from discussions about “performance problems.” Even the phrase “performance issue” is uncomfortable to many. Some people feel like those words are a bit too harsh, even...

Promoting from Within? 5 Leadership Qualities to Keep in Mind

Your internal leadership pipeline is just as important as your external sales pipeline. Just as you need a constant flow of incoming business, you also need people with leadership potential to be...

18 Business Books You Can Finish On Your Lunch Break

Between texts, emails, and Facebook statuses, how much text do you think you read every day? If you’re like most people, you probably spend an enormous amount of time reading short snippets...

How to Bridge an Organizational Divide

What is an organizational divide? Every organization experiences a “great divide” on occasion. This type of divide can be quite problematic and occurs when teams or individuals across the organization fail to...

How to Successfully Manage Change in the Workplace

Stephen Covey wrote, “There are three constants in life: change, choice, and principles.” As a leader, it’s your responsibility to help your employees manage changes in the workplace, and one of the...

The Leadership Edge: Learning & Development

Behind every aspect of a business lies a human element. People keep the business running. They make decisions, solve problems, overcome challenges, and build strategies for the continued growth of the enterprise....