LEADERSHIP RESOURCES BLOG

Guidance on leadership development & strategic planning.

Business Consulting Services: Business Coaches Are Not Just for the Select Few

By Leadership Resources August 15, 2019

A motivated individual can accomplish many things. But we all have our limitations. This is in part why specialization and division of labor are so crucial to a thriving enterprise. If someone falls short on a given day, someone else can pick up the slack and keep things on course....

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5 Phrases to Use for Effective Workplace Criticism

By Leadership Resources August 5, 2019

Delivering criticism to a team can be a significant cause of leadership stress for many leaders. It’s not always easy to find the proper balance between sugar-coated comment and pointless put-down. But when someone makes a mistake, requires correction, or falls short of their duties, ignoring or obfuscating the issue...

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The Benefits of Utilizing a Certified EOS Implementer™

By Leadership Resources December 31, 2018
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A business may succeed or fail for a variety of reasons. While entrepreneurs must take risks to reach a level of success, they don’t want to rely on luck or extraneous factors to keep their ship afloat. Likewise, business leaders don’t want to be blindsided by a problem festering underneath...

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Beyond the "$#it" Sandwich: How to Plan for Effective Course Corrections with Feedback to Leaders

By Leadership Resources October 19, 2018
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No one enjoys giving or receiving negative feedback. Those on the receiving end might feel small and incompetent, while those dishing it out might feel they’re being too harsh … or not harsh enough. No matter what, both parties feel uncomfortable. However, giving feedback is a crucial part of employee...

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Hard Conversations: How Personal Accountability Has Suffered in the Age of "Everyone Gets a Trophy"

By Leadership Resources October 2, 2018
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The key to personal growth is honest, constructive evaluation. The past few decades have seen the rise of a mindset that casts every individual as equals, not just in opportunity, but in outcome. While few deny that people should be treated fairly, we’re starting to see the negative consequences of...

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It's Not the Money: Why Compensation Models Have Limits in Motivating Workers

By Leadership Resources September 26, 2018

Everyone wants to earn more. No surprise there. Money can certainly incentivize employees to work harder, seek promotions, and clinch more commission-based sales. However, compensation has its limitations when it comes to how managers motivate employees. Why is this? And what else can managers do to encourage hard work and...

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