Communicate and Inform with today’s leadership development tip! Protect time in your schedule to update your team on the status of a project. Make sure projects haven’t fallen off your radar or theirs. Keep projects fresh on everyone’s mind by consistently communicating important details and emerging information. Leadership Quote of the Day: If people are […]Read more "#Leadership #Tip of the Day – Team Updates"
Try Something New with today’s Leadership Development Tip! Break from your everyday routine and take a different approach. Great leaders can identify stale procedures and outdated methods. The challenge is coming up with something new. Give it some thought and involve the team in your final decision. Leadership Quote of the Day: “Become a student […]Read more "#Leadership #Tip of the Day – Embracing Change"
Connect with your staff with today’s Leadership Development tip of the Day! Instead of sending that email or picking up the phone, get out of your office and pay a visit to a co-worker. Face-to-face communication cannot be replaced – tone of voice, body language, and expressions are integral to delivering the right message. Spend […]Read more "#Leadership #Tip of the Day – Personal Connections"
If you search for Leadership Books on Amazon, you get over 105,000 results. Clearly there is no shortage of interest in the topic and no shortage of experts trying to fill that demand in exchange for your $29.95. With all this available knowledge, why are we still falling short when it comes to developing leaders? […]Read more "VIDEO: Where Leadership Books Fail"
Educate yourself with today’s Leadership Development Tip! Research that question that’s been on your mind for some time now. Make it a priority to learn something new and improve your knowledge and expertise. Keep your mind sharp and your skills current. Leadership Quote of the Day: “It is not that I’m so smart. But I […]Read more "Leadership Tip of the Day – Expand Your Knowledge"
What is DIY Leadership Development? DIY Leadership Development is used to complement traditional leadership development programs as a way of providing development opportunities to more people with less time and resources. It is also used to identify “who gets in” to your traditional programs. In essence, DIY Leadership Development refers to a program where the […]Read more "DIY Leadership Development"
Payscale.com released a great infographic that illustrates the power of your CHRP designation; power to earn that is. From Payscale.com… “Most Canadian HR professionals know that getting designated a Canadian Human Resources Professional (CHRP) is worth the time and effort. But, do you realize just how much it correlates to career growth and momentum? See […]Read more "Do You Need Your CHRP – Canadian Human Resources Professional?"