Manage Different DISC Styles

DISC is a universal language of HOW you do what you do. Or how you act or react during conversations with other people. It’s important for managers to understand each employee’s DISC so they can manage different DISC styles with ease.

How can...

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Leadership Competencies for Stage 1 Companies

Stage 1 Companies have 1-10 employees

Did you know if you simply increased the level of satisfaction in your company, you could increase revenues? A study done by Lyle Spencer for the Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in...

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Rules of the Road Stage 2 Company

Dear Leader,

If you were stranded on a desert island and only had 30 seconds of battery left on your cell phone – could your second in command at the office tell you how well your company was running?

If your entire company was focused on...

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Rules of the Road Stage 1 Company

Getting focused on the right things at the right time spells success for any leader of a growing organization.
Getting an entire team of people focused on the right things at the right time is what takes ‘good’ companies and makes them...

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Workplaces Post COVID-19

Business is not running as usual. A recent study by the Society for Human Resource Management found “71% of employers are struggling to adjust to remote work, 65% say maintaining employee morale has been a challenge and others say they have...

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Lies, Sabotage and Ethics

Have you ever been lied to? How did it make you feel? Stop for a minute and let that feeling sink in. It doesn’t feel so good, does it?

Millennials are more likely to lie than older generations to their employers and sabotage their...

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Workshops Are Not the Answer

With hundreds of Baby-boomers retiring daily, companies large and small are starting to experience a shortage of managers. It can be a challenge to decide whom you should promote. Some subject matter experts don’t want to manage people and...

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Are You Sick of Bad Hires? Start using Multiple Assessments

You’re dropped into rugged, unforgiving terrain and have to survive. (Sorry, no Bear Grylls to save you). Would you rather have a single-bladed pocketknife or a Leatherman? If you went with door #1, I worry about you. You’d want the...

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