Baby Boomer Leading Maryland
Too old to Work, too young to retire is a lament commonly heard amongst the Aging workforce who find themselves in career transition. Each see him or herself in what they perceive to be an in between stage of life, being too old to be considered for many jobs and too young to retire, however, when there’s a lot...
Teamwork Leading Maryland
Leaders, could you be sabotaging the return on your best investment? Allow me to ask you a seemingly simple question: Would you spend the extra money to buy a color copier and only use black and white prints? Of course, you wouldn’t. It doesn’t make sense. It’s a poor investment of money. The same is true for employees. If employees...
Corporate Shift Leading Maryland
More and more full time employees are becoming disenfranchised with corporate cultures and feeling abused by their leaders are heading out on their own, to create the lifestyle they truly desire. At least that’s how one Gen X’er referred to it recently when he shared with me that he started a side business. As poor leadership, high demands and long...
Achievement Leading Maryland Article
Understanding the collective conscious or perspective of your workforce and how employees have been conditioned to view workplace events, provides the targeted insight to create any organizational shift! Think about it, workforce views around change, performance management, career opportunities and learning development or even speaking up and sharing ideas will tell leaders a great deal about the conditioned workforce culture...
Letter To Employees Leading Maryland
If only you had come to me sooner, for no other reason that to save the pain and frustration you’ve experienced for the last six months and for some a year or longer. My heart goes out to those who find themselves unappreciated, under-utilized and in some cases down-right abused during work. Others tell me of experiences of no structure,...