Dr. Mary Kay

Instilling Accountability How-To Video Dr. Mary Kay – About Leaders Co-Founder and Ultimate Leader Success System Creator Instilling Accountability Accountability! How often are you frustrated because people in your workplace are not practicing it? The chatter in the breakroom is that people are in disbelief the manager is not holding people accountable. And why aren’t

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Dr. Mary Kay

Building Trust How-To Video Dr. Mary Kay – About Leaders Co-Founder and Ultimate Leader Success System Creator Although the importance of building trust as a leadership tool is discussed in any number of books, many managers do not view trust as a problem-solving tool because of two factors: workplace priorities and pressure to get results.

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Dr. Kirk Hallowell

Imagine there is a process for managers to solve impossible workplace conflicts. Not just any conflicts – but nasty, deeply rooted, and long-term conflicts – the kind of conflicts that rob everybody in your workplace of time and emotional energy. Now imagine this process taking less than an hour. I have facilitated this process seven times

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Lori Wade

Companies need to review their employees’ performance from time to time. It’s one of the most effective ways to identify what needs improvement and what’s working as it should. A review of employees’ performance also effectively communicates how team members perform per personal and organizational goals. According to ClearCompany, 43% of highly involved employees get

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Heena Soni

With the whirlwind of annual personal assessments, many human resources are working to close out their team performance assessment and plan for what’s next. So much has changed over the past year. As our relationship with technology evolves, emerging tech like AI (Artificial Intelligence) can help human resource managers in such a way that empowers

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Jonathan Liebenberg

Team building is an easy way to increase employee happiness, productivity, and morale. While a solitary ant can’t accomplish much by itself, a group of ants allows an entire colony of ants to survive and prosper. The same can be said about a business and its workers. A company may hire the most qualified, cunning

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Sam Bowman

Data literacy is important for employees at all levels. With global spending on big data and business analytics up to $215.7 billion, these tools have become essential competitive elements for any organization. Data literacy is now the backbone of modern business. We’ve entered a period of data democratization. However, information availability is worthless without data

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Matt Robson

Business intelligence platforms are among the most common buzzwords that one will come across in the digital marketing field. In crude terms, a business intelligence platform can be defined as a group of technologies and applications that can accumulate, store, analyze, share, and access these data to help users make better decisions for their enterprise.

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Alex Medawar

One-on-one meetings are a great way to get personal with your employees or clients. They provide an opportunity for open communication and feedback. One study found that one-on-one meetings have increased by over 500% since before the pandemic. Furthermore, 85% of millennials value professional development and growth in a job, with one-on-one meetings offering the

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Jonathan Liebenberg

No organization can survive without a people plan—the plan for its people. Just as a company needs a plan to ensure the proper functioning of its business or specific departments, it also requires a plan for the most crucial resource: employees. A people strategy spells out how a company will manage and develop the workforce,

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