Mar 6, 2018, 2:39 PM
I found an interesting article on The Atlantic website that challenges the concept that we know ourselves better than other people. Adam Grant writes that your coworkers are likely better at rating some parts of your personality than you are. Read more...
Sep 22, 2016, 1:13 PM
I recently sat in on one of TTI Success Insights (my assessment provider of choice) regular webinars on Meaningful Conversations That Reinforce Culture. At the beginning the moderator recounted some startling statistics from a recent study by Gallup: -- 70% of U.S. employees are not engaged at work -- 89% of owners and managers think that their employees are leaving to make more money somewhere else, when in reality only 12% leave for more money. What are these statistics telling us? One obvious answer is a lack of motivation. The other is that the object of their motivation is not what management believe it it. Let's take a look at this.
Sep 13, 2016, 2:52 PM
The usual culprit behind ineffectiveness -- or the inability to accomplish a goal quickly and efficiently -- is resistance. And resistance builds in the face of unresolved conflicts until inertia or something greater sets in.
Mar 15, 2016, 8:19 AM
Humans are multifaceted beings with many components that can be measured by assessments. What is the value of taking these assessments and what do you do with them? Successful people know themselves, and they are aware of how others see them, so they are more effectively navigating their way to their goals with full support from others...
- April 06, 2021
How to Thrive Now and into the Future. In the last blog article from February 26, 2021, I asked “How important is it for business leaders to get it right in 2021?”. Surprising statistics were noted on how little confidence senior business leaders have in their rising leaders according to Deloitte surveys.
- March 31, 2021
86% of business leaders agree that success hinges on their rising leaders...but only 13% have confidence in their rising leaders.