Managing Performance / Setting Goals

What New Managers Should Know About Managing Their Time

Andrew Rondeau asked:   For some people it doesn’t seem to matter how long their day is. They just never seem to have enough time. The clock is ticking and it’s ticking too fast for comfort. It feels like they have a million things to do, a couple thousand of which were actually due last […]

Communicating as a Leader

Are You A Natural Born Leader

Gav Shannon asked: Have you ever wondered why some people seem to dominate in a particular group, they are the head of the department, captain of their chosen sport, local council or they just have an aura that people seem to want to be around. They are the ones that people would follow into battle […]

Leadership Mistakes

Getting Greater Creativity by Getting Past the Fear of Failure

Kevin Eikenberry asked: Most all of us would like everyone on our teams to be more creative (including ourselves). We celebrate the creative genius, dream of the breakthrough product or service idea, and marvel at those who can make these things happen. As a leader you know that higher levels of creativity can make your […]

Traits of a Leader

7 Tips For Creating A Better You

Louis Bonaventura asked: I seem to lose count on how many times I’ve read and heard of celebrity marriages failing almost left and right. It seems strange that we often see movie and TV stars as flawless people, living the fairytale life of rich and famous. I suppose we all have to stop and face […]


Speak Up for Success

Joan Curtis asked: Whether you run a small business or are a CEO in a major corporation, if you don’t speak up, you will not reach your full potential. Susan RoAne, in her landmark book, How to Work the Room tells us that 93 percent of people report that they are shy. This number astounded […]