Women Leadership and Relationship To Power
I often hear clients saying that they don’t like power. Some of them associate power to something negative that they don’t want in their life. This mindset puts them in a tight position at work that limits their growth. Power is undeniable, it is part of work. You nee
11 May 2017 | 8:36 pm
When Appreciation Is not Appreciated Enough
Seeing a family member praising another one is a natural image. It doesn’t raise eyebrows. When a team member does the same, it is a rare picture. The workplace is not set for appreciation, yet human beings need it. The result is a high turnover that can be easily reduced.
22 April 2017 | 12:31 am
DEVELOPMENT IS DIFFERENT FROM SKILL SET GROWTH
Leadership development is more crucial today than ever. When the workplace was mostly composed of manufacturing plants, the leader had only to shout orders at workers who had to follow them. It was quite simple. Workers could operate through a level of development that is quite c
18 March 2017 | 9:19 pm
Persistence Is the Key to Development
There is nothing more precious than persistence, it is the main ingredient that separates a dream from an achievement. Let’s say you desire to be a better leader, that you need to listen more to your employees. If you do not persist in the quest of doing so, what are you wo
14 February 2017 | 10:26 pm
How Can Your Stage of Development Affect Your Team’s Culture?
Who said that at 25 year-old your stop growing? The resulting effect is that people think they are a finished product at 25 and that nothing can change anymore. What I truly believe, and that Robert Keegan put into words, is that like children, adults evolve through development s
21 October 2016 | 12:28 pm