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  • Hot topic of discussion in the coaching world is Coaching Supervision

    Innovative Influence (Suzi Pomerantz's Blog)
    Suzi Pomerantz
    24 Mar 2015 | 12:53 pm
    There are quite a few heated email and blog discussions going on in the coaching world about the pros and cons about Coaching Supervision.  My colleague, Lisa Mallett, has clarified one perspective that I wanted to share with you because it resonated for me.  She gave me permission to post it here. See what you think, and please feel free to add your voice to the discussion in the comments below. Lisa’s points: I have been a successful, self-employed “single shingle” executive coach since 2002, and I keep abreast of trends and developments in our industry.  I have been closely…
  • 4 Reasons Why Executive Coaching Works

    Coaches Training Blog
    Fred Phillips
    20 Apr 2015 | 7:03 am
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  • Renewing Yourself: The Power of Play

    Content for Coaches and Consultants
    Patsi Krakoff
    4 Apr 2015 | 8:15 am
    What ever happened to unbridled joy in our daily lives? Remember the fun of play as children? Maybe we need to renew ourselves and start playing more. Something happens as we become working adults: we shift our priorities into organized, competitive, goal-directed activities. If an activity doesn’t teach us a skill, make us money, or further our social relationships, we don’t want to waste time being nonproductive. Sometimes the sheer demands of daily living and family responsibilities seem to rob us of the ability to play. “I have found that remembering what play is all about and…
  • What’s the Truth About Accredited Life Coach Schools?

    Coaches Training Blog
    Fred Phillips
    27 Apr 2015 | 4:06 am
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  • Future of Work: 5 Skills for the Robotic Age

    Content for Coaches and Consultants
    Patsi Krakoff
    20 Apr 2015 | 5:03 am
    The challenges of 21st-century work—rapid innovation, unrelenting change and unprecedented uncertainty—have created a stress pandemic. The future of work – your work – may involve robots, even as a manager or leader. Depending on your disposition, you may view the future as ripe for a spectacular explosion of creativity or poised on the brink of self-destruction. Either way, there’s no going back. The tools and skills we’ve developed over the last century inadequately address imminent challenges. We’re caught between two paradigms: a collapsing industrial platform and an…
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    Madalyn Sklar - Social Media Coach & Music Marketing

  • How I More Than Doubled My Number of New Twitter Followers In One Week

    Madalyn Sklar
    24 Apr 2015 | 11:20 pm
    I’m doing an experiment. In the past week I’ve been spending time (a few minutes here and there) surfing Twitter looking for cool people and businesses to follow. I don’t do this enough on my personal profile because honestly I just don’t have the time. I do get plenty of new followers every day. People find me because I put myself out there. And I do follow most back. My time is spent focusing my efforts on tweeting consistently, which is time consuming. I also listen to conversations, which is incredibly important. And I engage with people, which is absolutely…
  • Live Twitter Q&A on 2/19

    Madalyn Sklar
    18 Feb 2015 | 11:48 am
    Join me tomorrow, Thursday, February 19, for my new Twitter webinar series that is designed to help you work “smarter not harder.” LIVE Twitter Q&A! I’ll answer your need to know questions to help make Twitter work better for you. Get the smarts right here! Click here to sign up. Click here to sign up. You're reading Live Twitter Q&A on 2/19 by Madalyn Sklar - Social Media & Music Business Coach and Consultant. If you've enjoyed this post, be sure to follow Madalyn on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
  • Why Are We Excited About Ello? Because It’s Not Facebook!

    Madalyn Sklar
    30 Sep 2014 | 3:59 pm
    By now you have probably heard about the latest and greatest (and perhaps hype?) surrounding the newest social network on the block: Ello. It’s been making the rounds all over our Facebook and Twitter news feeds. Mashable and Techcrunch has been reporting about it repeatedly. It made me wonder what was the big deal. “Why is everyone so excited about Ello? Simple. Because it’s not Facebook!” click to tweet We are all tired of Facebook ads and algorithmic news feeds that don’t really cater to us. They cater to the big Facebook machine. I think the time is prime…
 
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    AllBusiness.com » Sales

  • Deal With Disappointment If You Want to Succeed in Sales

    AllBusiness Editors
    23 Apr 2015 | 5:47 am
    Successful salespeople are able to deal with disappointment—failure doesn’t immobilize them. How do you deal with disappointment and failure in sales? The post Deal With Disappointment If You Want to Succeed in Sales appeared first on AllBusiness.com.
  • Get Better Leads: 5 Ways to Improve the Quality of What Goes in Your Sales Funnel

    AllBusiness Editors
    17 Apr 2015 | 8:47 am
    We’ve all wasted time chasing the wrong leads, so it’s understandable that thinking about them would cause some stress. But when they’re the right leads, life is good. The post Get Better Leads: 5 Ways to Improve the Quality of What Goes in Your Sales Funnel appeared first on AllBusiness.com.
  • New Ideas to Freshen Up Your Selling

    AllBusiness Editors
    1 Apr 2015 | 9:13 am
    Just like spring cleaning freshens up your home, why not also do some spring cleaning to your business and freshen up your selling with new ideas? The post New Ideas to Freshen Up Your Selling appeared first on AllBusiness.com.
  • 3 Ways to Keep Your Sales Job

    AllBusiness Editors
    25 Mar 2015 | 7:29 am
    You may be nice, but in the end even nice people with lagging sales get let go. People who are not nice, but make their numbers, get to stay. That’s business. Learn three ways to keep your job if you’re looking for a career in sales. The post 3 Ways to Keep Your Sales Job appeared first on AllBusiness.com.
  • It’s a Mistake to Outsource Sales in Your Small Business

    AllBusiness Editors
    24 Mar 2015 | 5:28 am
    One of the toughest issue for small business owners is making sales, and the temptation to outsource this task is always strong. Here’s why you shouldn’t. The post It’s a Mistake to Outsource Sales in Your Small Business appeared first on AllBusiness.com.
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  • success with satisfaction

    wilbertmutoko2014
    4 Apr 2015 | 4:56 am
    You can be rich and successful; but what shall it profit a man to succeed and lack fulfillment? It is great to be wealthy. But wealth without human development, without adding value to others is wealth without satisfaction. You are on earth for a purpose – to make others healthier, wealthier or happier. How successful are you? – Wilbert R. Mutoko – Author of Book – 15 Secrets for Personal Financial Success​
  • The BIG ticks: Best articles for professionals this week

    Tony Vidler
    3 Apr 2015 | 2:00 pm
    By Tony Vidler The articles that I spotted this week that make you think in new ways, or new directions….the “best of the best” for me….are provided here as a quick readers digest for professionals who are looking ahead. These are the highlights from the week that you should stop and read. There is so much good stuff that flows past each week, much of which we share, that it is very easy to lose sight of which ones were really special. Each week I select the best handful and give them Tony’s BIG Ticks as being thought-provoking, or providing particular insight,…
  • No More Guesswork With Recruiter Training, Just Profit

    rsargeant
    3 Apr 2015 | 7:05 am
    As someone who headhunts Recruiters I will be the first to tell you that Jr. Recruiters aren’t coming out of the big agencies with the same training anymore. You can’t rely on the big agencies to teach your Jr. Recruiters the basics. It’s more important than ever to take the guesswork out of your internal training, especially for new hires. Stop relying on work experience to teach your new hires. All of our training programs are based on a combined fifty years of hands on experience running a profitable desk and business in Recruiting and Staffing. Our training goes beyond just using a…
  • Fei-Fei Li TED presentation - How we're teaching computers to understand pictures

    Stephen D. Milton
    3 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    When a very young child looks at a picture, she can identify simple elements: “cat,” “book,” “chair.” Now, computers are getting smart enough to do that too. What’s next? In a thrilling talk, computer vision expert Fei-Fei Li describes the state of the art — including the database of 15 million photos her team built to “teach” a computer to understand pictures — and the key insights yet to come.
  • Doing it right isn't enough...

    Tony Vidler
    2 Apr 2015 | 2:00 pm
    by Tony Vidler Which is more important when running an advice business: being effective, or being efficient? You chose Effective? Wrong. You chose Efficient?  Wrong. The correct answer is that you have to balance both. In days gone by plenty of people could build a business just be being effective, but were pretty inefficient.  They were fabulous at landing clients and getting revenue in the door…and the rest sort of looked after itself. Or didn’t. Then there were the efficient, who were so diligent and assiduous that they got by even though there were far less clients coming…
 
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    thoughtLEADERS, LLC

  • The Leadership Mistake You Don’t Realize You’re Making

    Mike Figliuolo
    27 Apr 2015 | 4:05 am
    When you solve problems for the members of your team, you’re depriving them of the opportunity to learn and grow.  Learn to recognize if you have this tendency. The good news is there are ways to fix it if you do. Today’s post is by David Marquet, author of TURN YOUR SHIP AROUND! A Workbook […] This is only the beginning of the thought... Please click the article headline above or go to http://www.thoughtleadersllc.com/blog for more.
  • Do your team members bring you problems or solutions?

    Mike Figliuolo
    23 Apr 2015 | 10:30 am
    Our reader poll today asks: Are your team members more likely to bring you problems or bring you solutions? – All they do is come to me with problems: 11.03% – They mostly bring problems with an occasional solution: 66.91% – They bring more solutions than problems: 20.07% – They always bring me solutions: 1.99% […] This is only the beginning of the thought... Please click the article headline above or go to http://www.thoughtleadersllc.com/blog for more.
  • 7 Great Leadership Lessons in Less than 10 Minutes Each

    Mike Figliuolo
    21 Apr 2015 | 11:49 pm
    Today’s post is the third in a series by Paul Smith, thoughtLEADERS instructor and bestselling author of Lead With a Story As I’ve shared previously, I’d like to provide you some more great leadership lessons that you can immediately apply to the work you do.  Below are seven great lessons in easy-to-digest 10-minute podcasts you […] This is only the beginning of the thought... Please click the article headline above or go to http://www.thoughtleadersllc.com/blog for more.
  • Eliminating Your Blind Spots – Your Worst Enemy is Within

    Mike Figliuolo
    20 Apr 2015 | 4:02 am
    Business blind spots can lead intelligent leaders to make uninformed, poor decisions. Having regular access to new perspectives is key to avoiding blindspots. Today’s post is by Dr. Ben Gilad, author of Business Blindspots. In September 2014, RadioShack announced that it may be closer to bankruptcy than previously thought. The venerable electronic retailer which opened […] This is only the beginning of the thought... Please click the article headline above or go to http://www.thoughtleadersllc.com/blog for more.
  • Do your team members focus on the positive or the negative?

    Mike Figliuolo
    16 Apr 2015 | 10:30 am
    Our reader poll today asks: Do your team members focus more on what worries or what excites them about their work? – They constantly focus on their worries: 67.56% – They spend their time focused on what they’re excited about: 23.06% – I have no idea what they focus on: 9.38% Too much negativity. While […] This is only the beginning of the thought... Please click the article headline above or go to http://www.thoughtleadersllc.com/blog for more.
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    Professional Development

  • Do versus Change

    Izzy Justice
    27 Apr 2015 | 8:12 am
    A CEO asked a senior executive candidate in an interview what she changed at her last job? The candidate gave a list of all the things she did. The CEO politely asked again,”No. I didn’t ask what you did. I asked what you changed?” The candidate was not prepared for this question. She did not get the job but years later, when she became a CEO herself, she talked about how that question changed the way she “did” her job.  Certainly, there are parts of everyone’s job that require you to “do” but the “doing” has to result in a positive change, she now argues. She adopted…
  • Power of Core Values

    Izzy Justice
    13 Apr 2015 | 2:14 pm
    I will often ask an audience to tell me what their core values are. Some seemed surprised by the question, as it is not one that comes up in most conversations and relationships. Most, however, respond with values like Integrity, Honesty, Respect, and such like. After the first few, people typically throw out many others that are similar but it is obvious to me that they are responding in “brainstorming mode” as opposed to a mode where these values are carefully thought of and selected.  I then ask how they feel when one or more of these values are compromised? Do they feel good? How…
  • No Action … is Action

    Izzy Justice
    30 Mar 2015 | 10:45 am
    A few years ago, my son and daughter got into a typical sibling brouhaha. I was in an adjacent room and could hear the entire exchange. It was a low-level issue, to me, and I chose to let them work it out. About 30 minutes later, my son walked into the room I was in and appeared shocked to see me. “What?!” he yelled. “You were here the whole time? Why didn’t you say something? You always take her side!” Right or wrong, he felt terribly betrayed by me. I have told this simple story many times at leadership conferences on just how powerful an action of ‘no action’ can be to…
  • Workplace Athletes

    Izzy Justice
    16 Mar 2015 | 9:39 am
    As someone who lives both in the business workplace and in the professional sports world, I often get asked what the similarities and differences are between the two. I have answered this question in many ways but now realize that the biggest difference is in Performance Management.  The professional athlete gets constant feedback (statistics on each game) and it is objective. In golf, for example, the athlete can look at about a dozen different personal statistic at the end of each weekly tournament. Her coach can show actual video of what she did well and not so well. And very quickly, a…
  • Happiness – Part 3

    Izzy Justice
    2 Mar 2015 | 11:29 am
    The key objective of the first blog on this topic was to define or redefine happiness from something that you pursue, to something that you eliminate – fear. For the second blog, it was to identify 3 distinctive scenarios of causes of that fear – yourself,  others and situations – or perhaps any combination of these. In this final part, let’s focus on removing fear specificallly from each of those scenarios. A precursor to the tips is to recognize fear itself in you. It is not just the stereotypical “scream and run” behavior that we frequently associate…
 
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    The Invisible Mentor

  • The Spy Who Came in from the Cold by John Le Carre, Book Review

    Avil Beckford
    28 Apr 2015 | 7:23 am
    The Spy Who Came in from the Cold by John Le Carre, Book Review The Spy Who Came in from the Cold by John Le Carre, Book Review First published in 1963, The Spy Who Came in from the Cold: A George Smiley Novel (George Smiley Novels) by John Le Carré is often found on the list of must-read books, and has been a constant best seller. John Le Carré was an intelligence officer before he became a writer, however, he swears that the story is not based on any of his experiences. He wrote The Spy Who Came in from the Cold before he left the service and received permission before he could publish…
  • Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah by Richard Bach, Book Review

    Avil Beckford
    27 Apr 2015 | 7:28 am
    Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah by Richard Bach Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah by Richard Bach follows his bestselling Jonathan Livingston Seagull, which I loved. I can’t say the same thing about this book, and let’s get my bias out of the way, I detest books where you have a “sage” trying to show you your errant ways, directing you to the proper path. Or it could be my introverted self, speaking, getting annoyed at the notion of some well-meaning person forcing you to speak, when you do not want to. I love learning, and I am open to learn from…
  • The Bridges of Madison County by Robert James Waller, Book Review

    Avil Beckford
    24 Apr 2015 | 5:17 am
    The Bridges of Madison County by Robert James Waller, Book Review The Bridges of Madison County by Robert James Waller, Book Review When you open up The Bridges of Madison County by Robert James Waller, there is a section called The Beginning, and as I was reading, I thought it was a true story, or a dramatization of a true story, but that is not the case. It is a work of fiction published in 1992, which achieved bestselling status, selling over 50 million copies. There are times when I wonder if something is wrong with me because you have these mega bestselling books, but when I read them,…
  • The Invisible Mentor 5-Stage Model Expanded

    Avil Beckford
    23 Apr 2015 | 9:46 am
    The Invisible Mentor 5-Stage Model Expanded The Invisible Mentor 5-Stage Model Expanded Yesterday, I introduced The Invisible Mentor 5-Stage Model, and today in the final instalment in the series, I will expand it, to give you a clearer idea what it is about. The model is a professional development system, and for it to work for you, you have to devote the time. As some may know, last year, I embarked on an informal liberal arts education, where I took a number of courses online. Of the courses that I took, only one I paid for, and I bought it when it was 75 percent off. I spent considerable…
  • 5 Stages of the Invisible Mentor Model

    Avil Beckford
    22 Apr 2015 | 7:27 am
    5 Stages of the Invisible Mentor Model Why Invisible Mentors? 5 Stages of the Invisible Mentor Model The ideas, examples and achievements of personally aligned role models can provide you with inspiration and stimulation that helps you refine and achieve your goals. That’s one of the reasons why readers love the invisible mentor interviews. Through articles, interviews, books, videos, podcasts, blogs and courses, the advice of successful and accomplished people is shared with you. Ongoing exposure to the works of effective practitioners will help you exercise critical thinking, support the…
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    Rebel Brown

  • How To Use Your Voice To Mesmerize Your Buyer

    rebel brown
    27 Apr 2015 | 3:35 am
    We’re all quite familiar with the power of a voice. Think back to childhood. You knew when your mom was angry with you, didn’t you? How? The tone of her voice. Research suggests that 38% of communication is based on the tonality and inflections of our voice.  Our voices certainly offer a rich array of nuance in communication  For example: When we raise our voices at the end of a sentence – we infer a question. When we keep our voices flat through the sentence – we infer a statement. When we drop our voices at the end of a sentence – we infer a command. Simple…
  • Forget Words, Use Your Body [Research]

    rebel brown
    22 Apr 2015 | 9:11 am
    We all know that communication is the foundation of human interactions. Yet most of us haven’t been taught the true mechanics.  For example, When it comes to communication – it’s really not about the words? Say what?  But I write and write and write.   Yep, we all do.   That doesnt mean it’s the best way to communicate. Here’s the scientific reality about how we really communicate. 7% relies on our words. 38% relies on our voice. 55% relies on our body language. You got it. The right body language will do more to enhance your communication than spending…
  • More on How to Mesmerize Your Buyers

    rebel brown
    20 Apr 2015 | 3:35 am
    Last week I posted  3 Phrases to Mesmerize Your Buyers. People liked it and asked me to share more of these tips to intrigue and positively influence your buyers (or your boss or spouse for that matter). So -  here are 3 more phrases that serve to capture the attention of other humans at a subconscious level.  If you want to know the background, please check out last week’s post. Speak into Your Buyers’ Minds Here are 3 additional phrase types that will attract and entrance your buyers to want to learn more about you and your stuff. 1) The Lost Performative What the heck is a…
  • 3 Phrases to Mesmerize Your Buyer

    rebel brown
    15 Apr 2015 | 9:46 am
    We all want to mesmerize our buyers.  To draw them in so they want to read about your powerful offerings and services. A wide range of phrases that do just that. Based on hypnotic language. That doesn’t mean they hypnotize your audience.  Hypnosis is so misunderstood. But that’s another post…. What it does mean is that you can create phrases in your content that intrigue your buyers’ minds -  causing them to want to know more. I know you can do it. You, Too, Can Mesmerize Here are 3 of my favorite influential phrases. 1) The Mind Read A mind read claims to know what…
  • How to Get Your Buyer’s Attention

    rebel brown
    13 Apr 2015 | 10:05 am
    The most difficult job marketing has today is to get their buyer’s attention.  In a world of digitally empowered buyers.  And so much noise. The great news is that marketing can do it. We can leverage the science of buyer behavior and our minds to intrigue and influence our buyers. This week I’m going to share three simple techniques to do just that with your marketing materials. Today -  let’s chat about … Going Visual to Grab Your Buyer’s Attention We all say we know the power of visual.  But do we actually do it? Most websites are still highly content…
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    The Clemmer Group » Blog

  • Case Study Measures Impact of Building Strengths and Addressing Fatal Flaws

    Jim Clemmer
    23 Apr 2015 | 2:30 am
    As part of succession planning many organizations are concerned about developing their next generation of senior leaders. Many large companies in well-established industries like financial services, resources, manufacturing, and the like or public sector, education, and healthcare organizations struggle with getting middle and senior managers to embrace leadership development opportunities.   We’ve recently published a case study from the banking industry with a number of high-level leaders nearing retirement. This large North American bank wanted to ensure future success by…
  • Strategies to Address Feedback Conundrums, Ironies, and Contradictions

    Jim Clemmer
    21 Apr 2015 | 2:30 am
    A few weeks ago I reflected on the last three years of partnering with Zenger Folkman (“Re-Fired with Building Strengths“) and their powerful strengths-based leadership development methodology found in The Extraordinary Leader. 360 feedback is critical to building strengths or addressing fatal flaws (as long as it avoids the “Nine Problems with 360 Multi-Rater Assessments“). Over the past two years — and especially in the past six months — our revised, updated, and increased use of The Extraordinary Coach  is proving to be equally powerful. It’s also…
  • Components of a Best-of-Class 360 Assessment

    Jim Clemmer
    16 Apr 2015 | 2:30 am
    Most 360 feedback assessments search for skill gaps, weaknesses, and training/development needs. We’re running into executives who’ve refused to participate in 360 feedback assessments because they’ve found them negative and often feel beat up by the process — even when they have the counsel of a well-trained coach or psychologist. Some CEOs have banned the use of 360 assessments in their organization. Like a sharp blade, 360 feedback is a tool that can be constructive and helpful or cause lots of pain and destruction. It depends on the design of the tool and how…
  • Turning Feedback Into Change

    Jim Clemmer
    14 Apr 2015 | 2:30 am
    Our research shows that leadership self-assessment correlates to performance outcomes like employee engagement, turnover, safety, customer service, or profitability only half as reliably as ratings from everyone else (manager, direct reports, peers, and others). Some leaders rate themselves much higher than all the other raters. Other leaders don’t see their own strengths and assess their effectiveness much worse than everyone else does. Leaders who get the most benefit from their 360 feedback assessments pass through three stages of Acceptance to Prioritization to Making Change Happen.
  • New Research Paper on Feedback: The Powerful Paradox

    Jim Clemmer
    9 Apr 2015 | 2:30 am
    Last year Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman conducted a survey among readers of their Harvard Business Review blog readers. 2,700 responded to the online survey with questions about positive and negative feedback and attitudes about feedback experiences. This was an international survey with over half of the respondents coming from outside the United States. Here are some of the findings: Feedback: More or Less? The great majority of leaders tend to avoid giving feedback, especially corrective or negative feedback. 43 percent of leaders said they found that giving corrective feedback is a…
 
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    Global NLP Training Blog

  • Global NLP Training Bali

    Nicole Schneider
    15 Apr 2015 | 10:07 am
    Global NLP Training has recently added the beautiful island of Bali to its training locations. What better place in the world to relax while receiving the best NLP training there is to be found? Your amazing discovery of Bali and NLP starts on arrival as a shuttle bus takes you on a short journey, by way of upwardly winding roads, through lush green rice paddies to your luxurious accommodation for 18 awe inspiring days. The 10 minute ride will allow you the time to take in the beauty of the island while you breathe in the fresh, clean air of the island as you enjoy the sounds of nature so…
  • What are the benefits of retaking NLP training?

    Nicole Schneider
    6 Mar 2015 | 5:20 am
    Global NLP Training offers all former students the possibility of retaking their NLP training, either Practitioner, Master or both for a low cost and a lot of people make use of the this offer. So why would you sit in on a class you have already taken? The reasons are numerous, below my top 10. 1. Refresh: Regardless of how motivated and psyched you were during your initial training it was a lot of information and you’re bound to have missed out on something along the way. It is easy for certain things to slip your mind or be forgotten when you get back to everyday life and especially if…
  • A Multidisciplinary Approach to NLP Coaching

    Nicole Schneider
    27 Feb 2015 | 3:26 am
    If you followed your training with Global NLP Training you probably heard Nicole (or one of her trainers) often say “When in doubt, refer out.” A very sound advice. As an NLP coach you are pretty all rounded and your potential client outreach is immense. However there will be times when the needs of your client exceed what you are able to offer them. These needs and your ability to meet them should be your main focus and if that means your client finding a more suited professional, then don’t hesitate to help them do so. Recognizing your limitations will only serve to make you a better…
  • Designing your first NLP workshop

    Nicole Schneider
    17 Feb 2015 | 6:45 am
    NLP (mini) workshops are a great way of getting the name of your coaching company out there and finding potential clients. The thought of designing your own workshop can be pretty daunting while it’s actually quite simple if you take a step by step approach and make use of the NLP techniques you have already learned. 1.  Audience:  First you’ll need to decide on the audience you want to reach with your workshop. Having a specific group in mind is hugely important as it will form the basis for all the following steps. Remember your promoting your coaching company to this audience so…
  • NLP for Better Sleep

    Nicole Schneider
    14 Feb 2015 | 5:13 am
    NLP can be a powerful tool for improving your sleep patterns. Clients often ask me for NLP techniques to improve their sleeping patterns or cure their insomnia. Most people think the “problem” of their inability to get proper sleep starts in the evening, the moment they put their head on their pillow. I have discovered that figuring out what happens right before my clients go to bed is only part of the puzzle. I usually start asking a lot of questions. The questions I ask are known in NLP as meta model questions, and they give me a good idea what the underlying problem is and what…
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    Innovation Speaker

  • Observation, Measurement, and How They Lead to Sustainable Innovation

    Robert Brands
    7 Apr 2015 | 9:50 am
    The degree in which a company prioritizes sustainable innovation can often become the difference between a successful business and a struggling business. True innovation does more than just meet the... Visit our Innovation-Innovation coach website today! http://www.innovationcoach.com/
  • Complacency, Stagnancy, and Their Effects on Innovation

    Robert Brands
    4 Apr 2015 | 10:57 pm
    Though competition is an unavoidable aspect of business, its effects can potentially foster or deter innovation depending on a leader’s management style. Celebrating success and discouraging failure... Visit our Innovation-Innovation coach website today! http://www.innovationcoach.com/
  • Exponential Leadership and Innovation

    Robert Brands
    16 Mar 2015 | 8:56 pm
    “If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses.”  While there is no hard evidence to attribute the above quote to Henry Ford, there is no argument that he was a visionary... Visit our Innovation-Innovation coach website today! http://www.innovationcoach.com/
  • Innovation Rankings – Measuring Innovation

    Robert Brands
    3 Feb 2015 | 9:49 am
    Innovation experts love making lists – and we love reading them. I’ll be the first to admit that Fast Company’s “World’s Most Innovative Companies” is one of my favorite annual reports. I’m also a... Visit our Innovation-Innovation coach website today! http://www.innovationcoach.com/
  • Aligning Generation X, Y, and Flux for Innovation Implementation in 2015

    Robert Brands
    2 Jan 2015 | 3:55 am
    Here’s to a New Year of Innovation! Goodbye two-thousand and fourteen – Hello to the New Year! Typically with the passing of a year, I spend the first few hours feeling nostalgic. Facebook has their... Visit our Innovation-Innovation coach website today! http://www.innovationcoach.com/
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    Corporate Class Inc.

  • Beautiful Skin: Your Most Important Accessory

    Colombe Nadeau-O'Shea
    19 Apr 2015 | 1:05 pm
    Skin is the largest organ in the human body; it also happens to be our canvas, and it is often the first thing we notice about another person. According to research conducted by Janine Willis and Alexander Todorov from Princeton University, the brain is extremely quick to form a first impression of those we look at, based on their facial features; it only takes a mere one tenth of a second (592). Therefore, it is important that we care for, and “listen to” our skin, so we can present it at it’s best state. Even if you don’t have time to put makeup on one morning, a fresh, healthy…
  • Transitioning from Winter Wardrobe to Spring Styles

    Diane Craig
    16 Apr 2015 | 9:20 am
    Winter has persisted for many months – which means that winter apparel has dominated our wardrobes for longer than we might like to admit. With the arrival of spring, it is time to start switching out that winter wardrobe for spring styles. Of course, here in Toronto the chilly weather will continue to persist for several more weeks. With the slow transition from winter to spring in mind, here are a few tips to saluting spring while still preparing for cooler temperatures.     Fresh and light makeup When updating your look to fit spring styles, start with switching your makeup for…
  • Manage Stress and Exhaustion During Business Travel

    Diane Craig
    24 Feb 2015 | 2:16 pm
    When traveling for business, days can extend well beyond a conventional workday. Filled with breakfast events, meetings, presentations, networking meals and cocktails, the schedule can go on and on. Especially when business brings you far from the comforts of home, this kind of travel can be exhausting.   Yet for important business that draws you from afar, it is important to exhibit Executive Presence and put forward your best professional image. Managing stress and exhaustion while traveling can help you to perform well, as well as make the experience much more enjoyable. A few steps…
  • Complaining with Grace

    Diane Craig
    12 Feb 2015 | 2:07 pm
    It is important to be able to voice your opinion when issues or concerns arise. The main point to consider here is how you deliver your opinion or complaint. On one hand, a complaint can be constructive and help to solve a problem. But when poorly executed, a complaint can damage relationships, create tension, and reflect negatively on the person behind the opinion.   Here are some points to consider before lodging a complaint of your own. Complaining on the Internet Social Media If you are ready to launch into a tirade on a public forum on the web through a LinkedIn post, a tweet, or a…
  • Informational Interviews: The Why and How

    Diane Craig
    6 Feb 2015 | 2:09 pm
    Whether you are at the start of your career or you are seeking a professional change, informational interviews are a great tool for learning about the jobs, companies, or fields you aim to pursue. When conducting research on an industry using resources that are widely available to the general public, it can be difficult to gain more than a basic sense of what a profession entails or what a company actually achieves. However, an informational interview can lend an insider’s perspective, telling more about a company’s culture, day-to-day work, key priorities, and important issues within…
 
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    Content for Coaches and Consultants

  • Future of Work: 5 Skills for the Robotic Age

    Patsi Krakoff
    20 Apr 2015 | 5:03 am
    The challenges of 21st-century work—rapid innovation, unrelenting change and unprecedented uncertainty—have created a stress pandemic. The future of work – your work – may involve robots, even as a manager or leader. Depending on your disposition, you may view the future as ripe for a spectacular explosion of creativity or poised on the brink of self-destruction. Either way, there’s no going back. The tools and skills we’ve developed over the last century inadequately address imminent challenges. We’re caught between two paradigms: a collapsing industrial platform and an…
  • Renewing Yourself: The Power of Play

    Patsi Krakoff
    4 Apr 2015 | 8:15 am
    What ever happened to unbridled joy in our daily lives? Remember the fun of play as children? Maybe we need to renew ourselves and start playing more. Something happens as we become working adults: we shift our priorities into organized, competitive, goal-directed activities. If an activity doesn’t teach us a skill, make us money, or further our social relationships, we don’t want to waste time being nonproductive. Sometimes the sheer demands of daily living and family responsibilities seem to rob us of the ability to play. “I have found that remembering what play is all about and…
  • Noticing: An Elusive Leadership Skill

    Patsi Krakoff
    23 Mar 2015 | 4:57 am
    “Leaders often fail to notice when they are obsessed by other issues, when they are motivated to not notice, and when there are other people in their environment working hard to keep them from noticing. ~ Harvard Business School Professor Max Bazerman,  The Power of Noticing: What the Best Leaders See (Simon & Schuster, 2014) As a leader, you’re responsible for making key decisions each day. But how confident are you in your ability to notice all pertinent information? If you’re like most leaders, you probably believe your perception skills are keen. As convinced as you may be,…
  • A.C.T. Like a Hero: The Journey to Self

    Patsi Krakoff
    1 Mar 2015 | 1:49 pm
    The hero’s journey has been told and retold in many different ways in every culture throughout the world. Yours might go something like this: You’ve got all your ducks in a row, established some healthy routines, and you’re comfortably progressing on your career path. Then “bam!” you hit a wall. You’re stuck. You wake up knowing something’s missing and you don’t know what it is. It’s relatively common: It may be a mid-life thing, or it can happen early on, and it also strikes toward the end of one’s career. In that moment of stuckness, we are faced with three choices: go…
  • The Quest for Leadership Purpose

    Patsi Krakoff
    16 Feb 2015 | 8:29 pm
    Do you know what your leadership purpose is? If you want to drive a high-performance organization, you must find ways to make employee performance meaningful. Sadly, many executive teams focus on numbers instead of words when trying to motivate people to achieve more. Carrots and sticks may work in some situations, but leaders must engage hearts and minds to truly excite people to give their all. Great leaders have a profound impact in their communities, families and key societal realms (i.e., sports, politics). Nowhere is good leadership more important than at work, where we devote…
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    Innovative Influence (Suzi Pomerantz's Blog)

  • Your clients are waiting

    Suzi Pomerantz
    25 Apr 2015 | 12:59 pm
    Your coaching clients need you. You provide value to them, and it’s high time someone delivered some value to you. That’s what the WBECS Pre-Summit event will do. Claim your free spot! I’ll be at the upcoming Pre-Summit event because I want to experience a transformation, and I’m sure you do too. With all the clutter that comes with the coaching industry, it’s no wonder that the world’s most talented and driven coaches sometimes have trouble landing clients. It’s about time coaches got the clarity needed to gain the clients who need us. I’m…
  • Leaders seek executive coaching for many reasons

    Suzi Pomerantz
    16 Apr 2015 | 8:21 am
    There are many ways in which executive coaches provide impact for the leaders and organizations who hire executive coaches. Have you ever wondered what are executives’ reasons for hiring coaches, or what themes they work on in coaching? If you are a leader or executive, you might be interested in the list below depicting why other leaders have hired executive coaches. It was based on a survey of over 200 seasoned coaches worldwide who are in the Korn Ferry coaching network. What would you like to tackle in your organization or role? How would you prioritize these themes for yourself?
  • Hot topic of discussion in the coaching world is Coaching Supervision

    Suzi Pomerantz
    24 Mar 2015 | 12:53 pm
    There are quite a few heated email and blog discussions going on in the coaching world about the pros and cons about Coaching Supervision.  My colleague, Lisa Mallett, has clarified one perspective that I wanted to share with you because it resonated for me.  She gave me permission to post it here. See what you think, and please feel free to add your voice to the discussion in the comments below. Lisa’s points: I have been a successful, self-employed “single shingle” executive coach since 2002, and I keep abreast of trends and developments in our industry.  I have been closely…
  • Preview call on Wednesday for new Business Development course for Coaches!

    Suzi Pomerantz
    9 Mar 2015 | 11:07 am
    My friend, Linda Finkle, is offering a new program teaching coaches about business development, and she’s great, so I thought I’d let you know she’s having a free preview call on Wednesday!  Here’s her announcement material: Imagine for a minute, what you could be doing with a fully booked coaching business? Did you see less stress, more enjoyment in life, and doing more of what you love and getting paid for it? My behind the scenes tour of the how-to’s that 6-figure coaches use to create a frenzy of clients is coming soon on March 11! I am very excited to share…
  • Leadership In Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood

    Suzi Pomerantz
    3 Mar 2015 | 6:38 am
    Leadership takes many forms.  Most effectively, it is when a visionary sees a conversation that is missing, and creates that conversation.  Mr. Rogers did that in a children’s television show that had a lasting impact, for several generations. Even more than a decade after his death, Mr. Rogers provides leadership.  PBS originally aired this segment a year after the 9/11 attacks and just months before Mr. Rogers passed away from stomach cancer at age 74.  It’s a short, poignant, inspiring clip:  
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    Azzarello Group

  • Learning a second language as an adult

    Patty Azzarello
    13 Apr 2015 | 4:04 pm
    I am learning to speak Italian I have been at it for the past year. Many people have asked me: What are you doing? How are you doing it? How is it working? What programs or tools are you using? What works best? So I’m dedicating this blog to answering that question for anyone who is interested. I’ve include links throughout to all the resources I am using. It’s kind of a long article, so if you are not interested, I’ll be back next week with another piece on business leadership and productivity. But if you are interested in learning a language, Andiamo! (here we go) Summary: In…
  • Tell your best stories…or lose them

    Patty Azzarello
    6 Apr 2015 | 3:35 pm
    This post is a short reminder to make sure that you capture your best stories. Capture your proud moments We all tend to get so busy that work and life can just fly by at a very fast pace. What I have learned is that if you don’t pause to punctuate your accomplishments, they have a tendency to fade from memory — not just in the minds of others, but in your own memory too! Here’s what can happen… You finish a giant project. It was a huge success. In this moment you feel very proud. You may get recognition from you customers or your company. But if you don’t pause…
  • Stand Out, Get Promoted

    Patty Azzarello
    31 Mar 2015 | 12:03 pm
    This month’s webinar was on the topic of Stand Out, Get Promoted If you missed it, you can download the recording. Are you getting the recognition and opportunities you deserve? Both from my own quickly rising career, and from the experience I’ve had hiring many managers and executives, I’ve had a lot of opportunities to study what stands out. I have also worked with many others who are talented, hard working people who failed to advance. Do you ever notice that some people just seem to be able to rise somehow, naturally, even despite a young age, and having less experience than…
  • Butting heads with your boss?

    Patty Azzarello
    16 Mar 2015 | 6:39 pm
    The Chasm Sometimes even when people agree, and like and respect each other, they can still find it frustrating to communicate — both can be really smart, capable people, but they just don’t get each other — they drive each other crazy. The issue is that we all have our own preferred style of thinking and communicating. When we are lucky enough to get a match with our boss, life is easy. When we end up as opposites, the interactions can be highly stressful and annoying, leaving both parties scratching their heads about why this is so difficult. (If you are thinking Myers-Briggs,…
  • Using time better

    Patty Azzarello
    3 Mar 2015 | 3:30 pm
    This month’s webinar was on the topic of Using Time Better If you missed it, you can download the recording. How well do you use time? It’s easy to blame others for making us too busy, but the first step is to face up to the fact that we alone, are the resource of our own time. What we choose to say yes to, decides how much time we have. And how we choose invest the time we do have, also makes a big difference in the kinds of things we are able to get done. If you’d like to get more, better stuff done, and have more fun in your life, consider taking more control of your time.
 
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    Alicia Dunams

  • Systemizing and Scaling Your Online Business with Alicia Dunams and Stephen EsKetzis

    Alicia
    26 Apr 2015 | 5:16 am
    Podcast: Systemizing and Scaling Your Online Business   DOWNLOAD PODCAST TRANSCRIPT   TRANSCRIPTION: [00:14] Stephen: Hey guys, Stephen Esketzis here form Marketing on the Move and I’ve got Alicia with me. Alicia how are you going? Alicia: I’m doing well Stephen thank you so much. Stephen: Thanks for coming on. Now just at the beginning, I’m going to say it early. How do I pronounce your surname because I want to make sure I get it right? Is it Dunams, is that right? Alicia: So the correct pronunciation of my name is Alicia Dunams. Stephen: Alicia Dunams, oh I can see.
  • The “Drop In” Method

    Alicia
    5 Feb 2015 | 7:56 am
      How do you go from head to your heart?   In this weeks vlog I talk about The Drop In Method and 3 simple steps to ensure that you are communicating from the purest place, your heart.  
  • 3 Secrets to Extremely Profitable Businesses

    Alicia
    5 Feb 2015 | 3:42 am
    I want to share a personal story with you that I haven’t shared in public before. It’s a story about how I transformed my self and my business into what it is today. You see it all started 8 years ago. I was a single mom entrepreneur with a business where I worked like crazy. My income went up and down like a yo-yo, going up and down in a feast or famine cycle. It was at that time that I met a person who would have a profound impact on my business and ultimately my life. I had met someone who would become my business advisor, my mentor, and later a friend. He used to advise the CEOs of…
  • Creating 2015

    Alicia
    6 Jan 2015 | 2:03 pm
    On January 1st, I asked my community to partner with me in making 2015 the most impactful year of their lives. To do that, I created a quick survey to see what they want the next 364 days to look like. Here are the results. What would you like to be your biggest triumph in 2015? What advice would you like to give yourself in 2015? What are the major actions you are planning to implement to improve your financial results in 2015? What would you be most happy about completing in 2015? What major indulgence are you willing to experience in 2015? What would you most like to change about yourself…
  • How to Regain Trust

    Alicia
    29 Dec 2014 | 10:11 am
    In this weeks vlog I talk about trust and the benefits to regaining it once it becomes lost between two people. What is your experience with trust? TIMESTAMPS: 0:53: I’ve decided and really taken to take responsibility to create a contract, a contract with my daughter. 1:28 A trust contract- what is it? An agreement between two people where expectations are clearly outlined. 1:55 The important thing about trust is the ability to renegotiate.
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    CMI

  • Adventures in Cuba Numero Uno. - Dad Gets Busted For Drugs!

    Bruce Hodes and CMI
    8 Apr 2015 | 8:19 am
    By Bruce HodesFounder/ CEO of CMI TeamworkMy 90 year old dad and I, along with 28 others, all in their seventies, well-traveled Americans (except for the forty year old couple from Australia) arrived at a small and tidy airport of Cien Fuegos Cuba.  It all looked like it did fifty years ago.  Concrete painted in a faded blue turquois with lots of people hovering around...    The only individual to really catch my eye was the big guy in a suit, white shirt, no tie, and shades.  Dad whispers “He is a cop…”  “A bit more than that,” I…
  • Tennis Ball Transfer

    Bruce Hodes and CMI
    18 Aug 2014 | 11:00 pm
    Have you ever been a customer of a business that claimed it was doing a really great job in supporting and you and in truth it was not? Recently I had dinner with some clients at a lodge in the wilds of Pennsylvania. I arrived to the dinner late, after the group had ordered. The enthusiastic and focused waitress came over to give me a menu and take my order. After glancing around, it appeared that I was ordering after most everyone in the restaurant had ordered. In fact most people at their tables had food. I waited for my food, waited and waited. It was as if the waitress took my order but…
  • That Dog Don't Hunt Part IV

    Bruce Hodes and CMI
    23 Jun 2014 | 10:00 pm
    You must be wondering what happened to Charlie’s company, the dog that did not hunt. There is a happy ending. With Charlie the transition took about four months. First Norman had to buy in and that took a while. He did not want to hurt Charlie. Then the hardship and chaos that Charlie was inflicting on the company became overwhelming.Unfortunately (or fortunately for the company) Charlie had to deal with a critical medical condition which made the transition easier. He was gone for a month. The company welcomed a critical new hire who took over most of what Charlie did. For the month that…
  • That Dog Don't Hunt Part III

    Bruce Hodes and CMI
    16 Jun 2014 | 10:00 pm
    So what is one to do when dealing with family transitions and situations? The first step is realizing that the transition needs to happen. The older generation needs to see that it is part of their role is to turn over the leadership of the company to capable younger leadership. It is important that they face their mortality and aging as a part of life that must be dealt with. A telltale sign of failure is when the older generation does not plan to leave. In fact they may be getting more involved. Consider the following as rules to live by if you want the transition from one generation to…
  • That Dog Don't Hunt Part II

    Bruce Hodes and CMI
    9 Jun 2014 | 10:00 pm
    When generational transitions in family business do not occur strategically, they can destructively impact the company as well destroy familial relations. This is called a double whammy.  Alternatively transitions between generations in a family owned company can work really well. Here is an example. Steve was a gracious CEO and leader. A couple years ago, he formally retired and turned over the company to his competent son. Steve still comes to work. He is punctually in at seven and out at eleven. On a typical day, he enters the building, says hi to everyone and they engage with him in…
 
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    Coaching Excellence

  • Six Ways to Help Employees Voice Their Concerns

    ipeccoaching
    23 Apr 2015 | 5:44 pm
    Most companies tout an open door policy, meant to encourage employees to voice their concerns and feedback in the workplace. Even so, employees are often afraid of being candid due to the fear of repercussions. Companies usually benefit from listening to their employees, especially if they are on the front line and have direct interaction with customers. When employees choose to keep their feelings to themselves, or communicate their thoughts only to their peers, companies can miss out on learning about new ways to serve customers or make operational improvements. Leadership can encourage…
  • When It Comes To Change…Is It Survival Of The Fittest?

    ipeccoaching
    22 Apr 2015 | 10:16 am
    I love when little tidbits come across my newsfeed. Or, I see a tweet that I find interesting. For example, when it was Charles Darwin’s birthday, I came across a picture of him accompanied by the quote, “It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive, but those who can best manage change.” Now, before I get into the true meaning of this quote, I would be remiss if I failed to point out, there’s no record of Darwin actually saying or writing it. It has certainly been attributed to him, many times, but as fitting as […]
  • A New Season…A Fresh Start

    ipeccoaching
    8 Apr 2015 | 6:48 pm
    Unlike Major League baseball players, in my playing days, we didn’t get to travel to the sunny climes of Florida and Arizona for spring training. Nope. We tolerated the freezing temps in beautiful and scenic South Orange, NJ. Sometimes the snow would still be falling as we ran through drills or took batting practice. On terribly bad days, we’d retreat to the school gym to practice. Though it would have been nice to bask in Tampa’s sunshine, truth be told, it didn’t matter. If the coaches would have let us, we would have been out there in a blizzard to […]
  • The Second Step To Sustainable Wellbeing – Confidence and Consistency

    ipeccoaching
    4 Apr 2015 | 5:55 am
    Setting our intentions is a good place to begin when we want to get on the path to maintainable wellbeing, but it takes more than that to make long-term changes. In my last post, I talked about being aware of the changes you want to make in your life. Today, I’ll cover two more factors that go into sustainable wellbeing: confidence and consistency. It’s important to note they are interdependent. Confidence In Yourself—And In Your Plan Let’s say you are trying to commit to healthier eating, for example. Choosing to eat a nutritious lunch can make you feel great, but […]
  • Warmth on a Cold Day

    ipeccoaching
    26 Mar 2015 | 12:41 pm
    OK, I’m not going to complain when it’s cold outside. Some days it’s just cold. That doesn’t mean it sure doesn’t feel good to warm up after being outside for a while. Is there anything better than wrapping both your hands around a cup of hot chocolate? (You can call it cocoa if you prefer.) If it’s made with water, it’s tolerable. But, for full, creamy deliciousness, you gotta mix your Hershey’s syrup with milk. Soooo good! It should be served just a little too hot to drink, too. That gives you time to hold the mug under your nose […]
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    Vantage Point

  • How to Amaze a Headhunter – Leaving a Lasting First Impression

    Susanne Schlossbauer
    27 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    When you’re on the hunt for a new position, your profile on social career networks is extremely important, just like your resume – the first personal impression that you convey to a headhunter is essential. For a first impression, there’s no second chance. Today, we spoke with Gregor Lenkitsch of Lenkitsch Recruiting, who can offer our readers some insight into the working methods of headhunters. Today, you can learn how you can present yourself as an attractive candidate – and which questions and conversation habits you should leave behind. Then, you’ll know…
  • 5 Traits Successful Leaders Won’t Accept

    Susanne Adelhardt
    24 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    There are some skills that successful leaders radiate. So it stands to reason that these same skills are a priority when it comes to creating their own teams. In order to attain the sought-after position of Senior Manager, or to find the right mentor for you, we recommend that you consider your own skills and talents. What are character strengths that you see as a prerequisite for senior managers? And which traits do you admire in your own superiors? We’ve searched for key qualifications, and discovered an article on these necessary traits successful leaders won’t accept –…
  • 4 Great Answers for “Why Are You Interested In This Job?”

    Margaret Quigley
    22 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    It feels like a trap – “Why are you interested in this job?” Sure, there are plenty of ways not to respond: “I need the money… My old company fired me! My friend said you give great bonuses!” But it’s a very important question to know how to answer, especially when an HR manager is sitting across the table and wants to know, “Why us? Why here?” This kind of tricky interview question is hardly new, definitely nothing exciting, but with the right answer, you can seal the deal and show the hiring manager that you’re the perfect…
  • How to Become a Headhunter: Behind the Scenes with Julian von Blücher

    Margaret Quigley
    20 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    “There’s no university or program that prepares someone to become a headhunter,” says Julian von  Blücher, CEO and founder of headhunting firm Talent Tree GmbH, headquartered in Munich. It’s true – though headhunting is now considered to be the most effective method of matching candidates with companies, there’s no training or education process that can teach someone how to become a headhunter. Rather, these scouts are individuals with innate matchmaking skills, professionals who have the determination and the right sense to find the perfect fit for a…
  • The Main Components of a Winning Team [INFOGRAPHIC]

    Margaret Quigley
    17 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    Has the productivity of your team taken a steep dive recently? Is your communication full of misunderstandings? Are there conflicts developing between your employees that are building more and more over time? Then it sounds like your team is dangerously close to disaster. Generally, it’s recommended to check the compatibility of future team members in advance, before hiring any new colleagues. But even with measures like these, that doesn’t always guarantee the harmony and success of a team. Therefore, you as a senior manager should be well versed in creating – and…
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    Achieveit | Results Management & Strategic Planning Software

  • Strategic Plans Depend Upon Trust

    Joseph Krause
    15 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    Strategic Plans Depend Upon Trust When you look at your organization’s leadership team what do you see? Do you think they have a clear vision for […]
  • The Change Management Process Steps

    Preston Lyons
    14 Apr 2015 | 9:12 am
    The Change Management Process Steps Change Management is a fundamental methodology that all successful organizations adopt and implement at some point in their company lifecycle. Whether […]
  • The KISS Principle in Management

    Adam Chambliss
    13 Apr 2015 | 7:58 am
    The KISS Principle in Management We all have an employee that is a bit scatterbrained. The one who cares as much or more than anyone, but […]
  • What is Change Management?

    John Rioux
    3 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    What is Change Management? What is change management? And I mean very specifically, what is change management? And why is it relevant to results management? It’s […]
  • Six Sigma Example and Template

    Maria Frantz
    2 Apr 2015 | 7:19 am
    Six Sigma Example and Template Six Sigma is a disciplined, data-driven approach and methodology for eliminating defects. Though there are many standard ways to keep track […]
 
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