How to Find a Speaker Selecting the right professional speaker is one of the most important elements in a successful meeting. Selecting the right professional speaker for your meeting can be a daunting task, as speakers are available in every fee range and specialty topic. The National Speakers Association, comprised of more than 3,600 professional […]
Today’s businesses must change course quickly. Communication and information are essential to innovation, good customer service, high retention, and change. And it has to flow freely. In a survey my organization conducted, respondents where asked this question. “To improve your workplace environment what would you like to see your executives/supervisors/managers do?” 69% of the respondents […]
Many people go through life satisfied with status quo, stomping ants, handling the routine, not reaching their God-given potential. Others make Hippos fly, reaching their potential, accomplishing something major. Which type of person do you want to be? The two major components of time management are practice and purpose. The practice component refers to what […]
We have all heard this warning: “You never get a second chance to make a good first impression.” Also, psychologists, writers, and seminar leaders caution that we only have from seven to seventeen seconds of interacting with strangers before they form an opinion of us. With this widely acknowledged pressure to “make our case” instantly, […]
Leaders are role models, trendsetters, visionaries and voices for change within their organizations. Change is everywhere, and today, there is constant babble about what should be done to improve an organization. But the message is unclear. Employees often don’t know why a change is being implemented and how their jobs contribute to the intended result. […]
Conflict in the workplace is a painful reality and a key reason for poor productivity and frustration. Do you have people in your workplace that cause problems for everyone else? Do they create additional work for others? One point is clear–conflict does not magically go away and only gets worse when ignored.