There is a lot of buzz around the term “Executive Coach” so what does an executive coach do and what do you need to know before you hire one?
Everyone wants to be more productive, but no one has a time machine. When there aren’t enough hours in the day to do everything, how do you set priorities, so that you can increase your productivity without the quality of your work or life suffering? Could it be as simple as a new assessment that helps identify the low value tasks you perform every day?
Company culture affects numerous aspects of employee experience, namely whether or not employees are encouraged to do their best work. The authors provide six simple guidelines to consider when fostering a culture that will inspire success. Check them out to learn how to create the “best workplace on earth!”
Should you treat all your new clients the same way? A new study indicates that women have different expectations than men when it comes to deciding on vendors or contractors for business to business transactions. Properly anticipating the needs and preferences of each gender allows for better client engagement, and thus better business relationships.
In every company there are high performers who colleagues describe as ‘amazing’ and ‘irreplaceable.’ Unfortunately, one day, those people leave or retire. In many cases their knowledge and know-how leaves with them. How can you preserve that knowledge for your company and become indispensable when the previous expert leaves? Just ask.
Generous employees can contribute to a business climate that is profitable, productive, and efficient. The same charitable personality type that gives more than they get often finds forming strong bonds with customers and co-workers a snap. But it is possible to be too generous. Adam Grant offers some suggestions for effective giving.