EASY PROBLEM SOLVING

Teamwork is one of the best ways to solve problems. This tool will help highlight and address your biggest problem and brainstorm incredible solution-oriented action steps.Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, conse #1 Manage your emotional state. If you feel overwhelmed it can create a negative anchor for problem solving. Turn...

BRAINSTORMING FOR SOLUTIONS

Brainstorming is one of the simplest tools for solving problems. So why does everyone seem to break all the rules? GROUND RULES FOR BRAINSTORMING Keep control: Only one idea at a time, no side discussions, stay focused on the top at hand, initially just do a brain dump, don’t try...

SELF AWARENESS

SELF-AWARENESS The words you use and the thoughts in your head actually show up in your interactions with others. Take a few minutes to review you internal dialogue with yourself and perhaps what you even say out load. Are the phrases you use positive or negative? Are they empowering or...

WHAT MAKES A GREAT LEADER?

WHAT MAKES A GREAT LEADER? Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus ntis, pulvinar dapibus leo. Are you aware of what makes a great leader? This comparison table can give you an idea of what makes the difference between poor leadership and some truly inspiring....

MANAGING AND REGULATING YOUR EMOTIONS

BEST PRACTICE TIPS MANAGING AND REGULATING YOUR EMOTIONS BEST PRACTICE TIPS Self-Management & Regulation is the ability to use the self-awareness of your emotions to stay flexible, adaptable and to be able to direct your behavior toward positive outcomes.  As a leader you cannot afford to have out bursts and...

SELF-AWARENESS BEST PRACTICES

SELF-AWARENESS BEST PRACTICES Self-Awareness is the ability to understand what you do well, what motivates you and which people or situations push your buttons. This helps you to know your strengths and weaknesses so you can improve how you adapt to the world around you and how you engage with...

Why Active Listening is Key to Leadership

Have you ever been in a meeting and a person cuts you off before you finish what you were saying? How does that make you feel? In this picture, if you look closely you can pick out who is actively listening to the speaker? This is a very typical picture...