Category Archives: leadership

How To Build an A-Team

Building an A-team doesn’t happen by accident. They’re created strategically over time. If you’re like many organizations, you do your best day-to-day and hope that your A-team will come together on its own. But, relying on that type of strategy is costly and ineffective. Cultivating A-teams doesn’t require a master’s degree in human resources. Once […]

13 Habits to Build a Strong Mindset

Building a strong mindset isn’t something you can do overnight. It’s the result of multiple choices made over time – mindset habits that you work on consistently. It’s easy to understand that habits are essential to developing a strong mindset, but which habits should you pursue? Which actions should you create that can eventually happen […]

Being a Workaholic Isn’t All It’s Cracked Up to Be

The holidays are approaching, and that means long hours trying to complete tasks and make those final sales before you wrap up the year. If you’re like many other Americans, you work longer than the rest of the world. But maybe the rest of the world knows something you don’t. If you’re a workaholic, consider […]

Mentorship’s Effects on Mentors

Many companies talk about the importance of mentorship, and some even have established mentorship programs. Regardless, you can always take an opportunity to mentor someone within your company or industry. If you feel you can teach them, reach out. They are probably eager to learn. What you may not realize is how important mentorship is […]

Capitalize On Your Unique Differences

To some people, capitalizing on your unique differences may seem obvious, but to many it’s a new concept that’s difficult to grasp. The Industrial Revolution taught us to be the same because that’s how efficiencies and reduced labor costs are achieved. But, the world has shifted. Now, you’re at a disadvantage if you’re identical to […]