#SH302: Avoiding the Performance Trap: Staying Focused to Improve Time, Energy, & Efficiency

Jonathan glanced up at the clock, it was half past 6:00PM, he felt a slight wave of anxiety ripple through him; he was supposed to be home by now. He knew Becky, his wife, would understand. But that wasn’t the issue. The harsh reality is that Jonathan’s nights are getting longer-and-longer and the workload is... Continue Reading →

#SH302: Productive Disruption–Cultivating Organizational Growth through Solution-Driven Ideals

Organizations are constantly subjected to forces of change. Some change is driven by internal considerations, while others are due to external factors, some out of necessity, while a few are fueled by inspiration and drive. When we think about inspiration and drive, we think about leaders who productively disrupted their organization to create something new... Continue Reading →

#SH302: The Five Cs of Professional Dialogue: Taking the Fear Out of Giving Feedback

A culture of excellence requires time, commitment, and ongoing care. To cultivate excellence, it must be rooted in professional dialogue to launch and sustain your organization’s growth and development, which requires employees to be engaged. Unfortunately, employee engagement remains an issue in the workplace with poor communication being one of the main culprits. One Gallup... Continue Reading →

#SH302: Great Leaders Win from Failure–Don’t Earn Any of These Three Fs on Your Success Report Card

We hear of incredible stories of accomplishment amid severe hardship and constant rejection. Whether we consider Abraham Lincoln’s early failures in politics and business, and revere his perseverance at becoming one of our greatest presidents. Or using a more contemporary example, we look to Stephen King, a great American author, who in pursuit of his... Continue Reading →

#SH302: Making Connections–PRC is a Model for Building Your Network in Business and Life

Brooklyn is where I primarily developed. I had an opportunity to make records and perform here and there, and I started networking with the right people in the right places. ~ Busta Rhymes Think outside the box is a common, if not overused, phrase, intended to encourage creativity and innovation. Although the notion is well-meaning,... Continue Reading →

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