A Cure for the Ruts

It’s as common as the cold, sweeping the globe, over teams, businesses, leaders, minimum wage workers, maximum wage workers, non-profit workers, it knows no bounds; the common rut can take over when you are least expecting it.  They can invade the processes of those during great success or attack others in the form of consistent failures. A team that is… Read More

3 Simple Tips to Dealing with Difficult Adolescent Employees

So what is an Adolescent? On the surface they appear to be difficult, pigheaded, eye rolling, under-breathed back talking, trash tweeting employees.  Many times they may refuse to complete a task to its fullest potential, or they may even just skip out on it altogether.  Perhaps punctuality is not above taking the time to pose… Read More

One Liner Wednesday- Path to Leadership

“Build your reputation by helping other people build theirs.” Anthony J. D’Angelo A Lesson in Leadership #1 This is exactly how I swiftly made my way up the corporate ladder myself. Even if you are a sales associate just starting out, challenge yourself to make this your mantra this week (whatever week this is you… Read More

5 Kinds of Horrible Managers

I have been reading an excess of blogs on terrible management.  From my experiences, I was able to categorize the worst managers I had ever experienced and dwindle them down into five simple categories. 1.  The Superhero Manager Description:  This the manager who wants to do everything themselves. Typically their response will be something like,… Read More