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#BusinessTip: Change Doesn’t Happen Overnight

Change is hard.  It’s why I talk about it a lot on the blog here.  Here.  Here.  And here.  Oh, and here, too. I talk about it a lot because how you plan for and navigate change impacts whether you will succeed or fail.

All too often leaders believe a lot of myths about change management.  One myth being […]

By |August 31st, 2016|#TuesdayTip, Change, Organizational Change|0 Comments

The 6 Most Expensive Words in Business

Change can be scary. Change can be frustrating. Change is also a necessity for survival.

Organizational problems are linked together, and change in one area often impacts other areas. New business initiatives, new technology, new processes and procedures, leadership changes – all require new behaviors and ways of doing things.

Organizational change is inevitable, but that […]

By |August 29th, 2016|Tips & Quotes|0 Comments

The P in Project Management is as much about…

Cornelius Fichtner once said: “The P in ‘PM’ is as much about people management than it is project management.”

70% of IT projects fail. Why? Failure to implement clear and efficient processes for execution and failure for planning for and managing change. Both of these things require people management skills.

In order to ensure your project or program […]

By |August 29th, 2016|Strategy, Team Performance, Technology|0 Comments

What #DonaldTrump Can (and shouldn’t) Teach You About #Leadership

Full disclosure – there is absolutely no political agenda here.  This is not about the right vs the left or which candidate is best – it’s about leadership.   

It feels like every day Donald Trump makes new controversial headlines with quick sound bites and tweets.  I could literally go on.  And on.  And on.  

There […]

By |August 12th, 2016|Communication, Diversity, Leadership|2 Comments

The 5 most annoying co-workers (told in MEMEs)

Every office has them.  Those annoying co-workers that do things that drive you insane.  These behaviors are productivity drains – meaning…they waste time throughout the day you could be working because you need to pause and likely complain to your friends and co-workers about said behaviors.

These annoying co-workers do these annoying things for different reasons […]

By |August 11th, 2016|Communication, Recruitment, Retention, Team Performance|0 Comments

[Infographic] The Do’s & Don’ts of Customer Service

By |July 27th, 2016|Customer Service|0 Comments

#TuesdayTip: Are You Faking Change?

Change is hard.  It’s why I talk about it a lot on the blog here.  Here.  Here.  And here.  Oh, and here, too. I talk about it a lot because how you navigate change impacts whether you will succeed or fail.

All too often leaders fake change.  They pay it lip service and don’t take the proper initiatives […]

By |July 26th, 2016|#TuesdayTip, Change, Organizational Change|0 Comments

5 Things Employees Really Do At Work (Told in MEMEs)

By |July 13th, 2016|Engagement, Generations, Retention|0 Comments

LinkedIn + Microsoft: business NOT as usual

By now you’ve probably heard the news that Microsoft recently agreed to acquire LinkedIn for a whopping $26.2 billion dollars.  LinkedIn CEO – Jeff Weiner – sent an email to all employees assuring them that “little is expected to change.”  And that everyone would retain their titles and managers.

So the gist of the email was basically […]

By |July 13th, 2016|Change|0 Comments

#TuesdayTip – Recognize, recognize, recognize…

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – recognize, recognize, recognize! People have a fundamental human need to feel valued, heard and appreciated – particularly when they feel they’ve done a great job. If you’re not sure how to recognize for a job well done – ask your people. Give those who deserve […]

By |June 21st, 2016|#TuesdayTip, Retention, Team Performance|0 Comments