Tag Archives: online learning
Conversation not Debate
There was a time when a supervisor or manager would use persuasion or even coercion to get things done their way. We have come a long way since then and now understand that conversation is essential to strong leadership development.
Coach or Mentor?
Key Characteristics of Bullying
In a world that is so technologically advanced, it is unfortunate that our society is not more tolerant. Harassment and bullying in the workplace continue to be an important topic to be addressed by all companies.
The Costs and Pay-Offs of Anger
Managing our anger can be a difficult task; as with most emotions, there are costs and pay-offs to expressing it. Behavioral skills training can help us to manage both the intensity levels and the frequency with which we convey this powerful emotion.
More than Time Management
Getting stuff done should not merely refer to achieving checkmarks on your ‘To-Do’ list; it should reach so much further to include goals to work toward a better, more balanced lifestyle.
Listening or Merely Hearing?
Strong management skills and good leadership qualities shine when we actively listen to people, letting them know that what they are saying is important and worthwhile.
Navigating the Communications Highway
Communication between a business and its clients is crucial to survival and should be incorporated when considering marketing for small business. A lack of communication leads to the potential of lost clients to competitors who are available when you seemingly are not.
Reacting Differently to Change
Resisting change is a natural reaction for most people. Understanding that change is a necessary part of life and that we each deal with it differently, are key factors that require consideration for change management.