#TheThreeMinuteChallenge

Throughout the month of September, we’ve been writing on the topic of disengagement in the workforce. Our Employee Engagement Model identifies the 3 surefire ways that a leader can quickly create disengagement among employees. Fortunately, we also offer the perfect antidote for each of the three problems. This week we are focused on one of... Continue Reading →

#TheThreeMinuteChallenge

The greatest leaders all have one thing in common--they know where they are going. Their purpose is clear and they consistently pursue their goals, which engages the people they serve. Unfortunately, many of us can think of a leader who, instead, creates uncertainty and ambiguity, leaving the direction unclear. This behavior is the result of... Continue Reading →

#TheThreeMinuteChallenge

Superstar leaders do many things incredibly well, but unfortunately they can still fall short in one of the most important areas of leadership, which is celebrating their people at every turn. The problem is that too many leaders make a lot of excuses as to why they don’t celebrate more often. The trap for leaders... Continue Reading →

#TheThreeMinuteChallenge

Commitment to Accountability is all about being consistent by honoring your own values and ideals. Accountability begins with holding yourself accountable, first. In fact, it’s not fair to hold others accountable to a standard that you cannot meet on a regular basis. Yes, we all fall short, and, at times, we even fail, but the... Continue Reading →

#TheThreeMinuteChallenge

Consciousness of Ourselves requires an intense inward inspection that is simply tough to do. Many of us are scared or unable to navigate all that comes up when we look deeply into what makes us tick. Despite how difficult this may be, knowing thyself is liberating as you uncover the motivation behind your thoughts, feelings,... Continue Reading →

#TheThreeMinuteChallenge

Clarity of Purpose requires us to peel back the onion, quiet the noise in our head, and identify something that we truly desire to achieve. This can be anything from learning an instrument to speaking a second language to volunteering at your local hospital to carving time for family. Take 3 minutes this week to... Continue Reading →

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