• Why Do You Want to be a Manager or a Leader?

    By in large, the mindset from which I think when I develop programs, prepare for speaking, or engage in coaching is from the manager’s chair. Being the manager, and engaging employees, was the role I held the longest prior to becoming self-employed as a management consultant in 2002. And just to be clear, this blog […]

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  • Tools for Workplace Satisfaction

    Growing workplace satisfaction doesn’t have to be complicated. Enjoy being at work by staying alert to growing your own self-leadership and then “pay it forward” by encouraging another do the same. Not only will you feel better taking care of yourself, you will enjoy a sense of satisfaction for having helped others. Check the CorSpective resources […]

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  • Hand in Glove Fit: 5 tips for working with a younger boss

    Think of the palm of your hand as your working environment. And consider your thumb and fingers as the key connections to that working environment. While you could make do without a finger, or even your thumb, you wouldn’t want to because the experience would be less then optimally satisfying. Consider these five tips to make […]

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  • Academy Award Winning Performance: Get a GRIP

      And the Oscar goes to … Janice! For her award winning “performance” of a manager.  Okay, that sounds snide. Especially because being a good manager is very, very hard work. I know, I’ve been there. But, hands down, the most positive thing a manager can do to create relationships of value with their staff […]

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