The more self-aware you are the greater your leadership effectiveness will be.
In a recent study from PDI Ninth House and the University of Minnesota, researchers found that leaders who... Read More »
The end of the year is performance evaluation time for many organizations. If you are expected to assign a rating to the performance of your employees, consider five perspectives... Read More »
As we enter the fourth quarter, you may be starting to think about writing annual employee performance evaluations for your employees. Just remember, you don’t have to do it... Read More »
You do not have time to NOT manage employee performance! If managing employee performance is not a high priority for you on a daily basis,... Read More »
Employees are a lot like cars. The amount of care, attention to detail, and feelings of permanency we project toward our cars is comparable to the way employees view... Read More »
Has your organization joined the many that are embarking on a strategic plan? Public sector organizations are turning to strategic plans en masse with the hope of defining a... Read More »
The outcry is loud and clear: public agencies must be held accountable!
It follows that if the agency is going to be held accountable, employees who make up the agency... Read More »
I’m part of a volunteer organization that went through a bit of a slump in the past few years. We found ourselves begging for board members and scraping by... Read More »
We all have an “attitude” problem at times. You’ve probably even had employees who you’ve described as having a bad attitude. However, focusing on the attitude of an employee... Read More »