14
MAR
2016

Employee Management Model

Over 7 years ago, I created this management model and have been using it ever since. The model ensures that employers attract and retain peak performers. The employee management model is called – the EDGE. EDGE is an acronym that stands for: Educate, Develop, Guide, Empower. Fir
Continue Reading →
19
FEB
2016

Your 90-Day Success Action Plan

Whаt I’m dоing right nоw in mу business will show up as results in thrее mоnthѕ. Whу? Because оf “lаg timе.” Truе mоmеntum iѕ gаinеd over time. I hаvе diѕсоvеrеd it tаkеѕ аbоut 90 dауѕ fоr thе results оf my actions to rеаllу bесоmе evident. I саll thiѕ thе 90-Dау Rul
Continue Reading →
25
FEB
2015

Leadership Development: Why Do It?

The problem with leadership development programs nowadays is the expense for bringing in outside consultants or initiating the program. This can be back-breaking for a small company or mid-level size business. The question that you’re asking is whether it’s worth it to ins
Continue Reading →
25
FEB
2015

The Importance Of Leadership Development

More and more companies these days are seeking for help from various firms that offer leadership development. This is because they believe that the trainings that they give would be beneficial not only to their individual employees but for the betterment of the company in general. Lea
Continue Reading →
31
AUG
2014

Things You Thought You Knew About Leadership

Much has been written about leadership: rules, pointers, styles, and biographies of inspiring leaders throughout world history. But there are certain leadership ideas that we ourselves fail to recognize and realize in the course of reading books. Here is a short list of things you tho
Continue Reading →
12
AUG
2014

Millions Wasted Every Year in Employee Training, New Book Unlocks the Secret to High Returns

Companies spend millions annually on training their employees, in return, they expect a more engaged and productive workforce. What if I told you, we have had no noticeable improvement in employee attitude over the past decade. So, is training employees a waste of time, money and reso
Continue Reading →
19
JUL
2014

How to identify potential leaders in your organization

At its very core, a business cannot thrive unless it has excellent workers and excellent leadership. Very few “excellent” workers will remain excellent if they find their efforts go unnoticed or unrewarded by management, or if they see the business itself spiraling into the ground bec
Continue Reading →
30
MAY
2014

How Can Leaders Increase Employee Engagement?

This article will be featured on CNN.com, as per their policy I have taken this article down. When CNN features it, I will update this section with a direct link.
Continue Reading →
21
MAY
2014

What Trainers Need To Know About Project Management

  Project management skills are essential when it comes to developing and applying a training program for employees; in fact, these skills are fundamental if the program is to be a success. Because we may have several projects on the go at any one time, as we bid to instigate a g
Continue Reading →
11
APR
2014

Characteristics of a great corporate leader

“Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality. —Warren Bennis” A corporate leader is someone who conducts, who guides, who takes his/her team through every thick and thin so that the goals are achieved and the team remains motivated and aligned with the company’s
Continue Reading →