Practical Leadership Advice for Managers and Leaders

How to be an Innovative Thinker

The only thing constant is change. In today’s fast-paced world, it is essential to be one step ahead of the competition to remain relevant and in the game.  According to McKinsey, 80% of executives think their current business models are at risk to be disrupted in the near future.  How do you overcome disruption? Innovation.… read more

The Leadership Habit Podcast- Episode 2 – Trends in Talent Management with Kathleen Quinn Votaw

In Episode 2 of our podcast, our host, Jenn DeWall speaks with talent management expert Kathleen Quinn Votaw. She is the president and founder of Talentrust. Talentrust is revolutionizing how companies find, keep and grow great people. After nearly two decades of earning accolades in the staffing industry, Kathleen determined that traditional models don’t always… read more

Book Review: Return on Courage

Taken from Amazon: Unlock Courage What do an astronaut, a Navy SEAL, the co-founder of Method, the former VP of communications at Apple, and the president of Domino’s all have in common? Ryan Berman spent three years shadowing the most courageous people and leaders on the planet to find out what they have done to… read more

How to Succeed in Change Management

In today’s world, change management is an essential part of business. Globalization and advancements in technology have created a fast-paced, “eat or be eaten” business environment where change is required to survive. In the words of Peter Drucker, “The greatest danger in times of turbulence – it is to act with yesterday’s logic.” Think about… read more

5 Common Negotiation Mistakes

What comes to mind when you hear the word negotiation? For many, it is salary or business deals. But negotiation is much broader than that. You can negotiate the cost of a car or home, insurance rates, goods and services, and the list goes on. To recognize that everything is negotiable is the foundation of… read more

The Leadership Habit Podcast – Episode 1: Introduction to Tammy Berberick, CEO of Crestcom International

On our premiere episode of The Leadership Habit, Leadership Development Strategist, Jenn DeWall, talks to the CEO who authored the book The Leadership Habit, Tammy Berberick. Tammy tells us about the exciting mission of Crestcom International to develop stronger, more ethical leaders all around the world. She talks about common challenges facing CEOs today, and how they… read more

The Remix: How to Lead and Succeed in the Multigenerational Workplace

Taken from Amazon: The essential guide for business leaders, entrepreneurs, and employees looking to navigate today’s multigenerational workplace, which spans more generations than ever before. Millennials have only just begun their reign as the largest generation in the workplace. But they are not alone. For the next decade at least, these young professionals will be… read more

The Benefits of a Generationally Diverse Workplace

The workplace today is more generationally diverse than what it has been in the past. People are living longer and retiring later, while new generations are joining the workforce. Currently, there are 5 generations in the workforce, the Traditionalists born before 1946, Baby Boomers born between 1946-1964, Generation X born between 1965-1980, Millennials born between… read more

Creating a Succession Plan

  Creating a Succession Plan   Every organization, no matter the size, needs a succession plan. What is succession planning? Succession planning is a process to ensure business continuity in key roles in the case an employee quits, is fired, retires, or suffers any unfortunate circumstance. It is a talent pipeline strategy that is focused… read more

Book Review – The Customer Service Revolution

Taken from Amazon.com: In The Customer Service Revolution, DiJulius points out how numerous companies have made Customer service their biggest competitive advantage, are dominating their industries, and have made price irrelevant. As a result of this Customer service revolution, people are being treated differently, better, and in a way like never before. This is a result… read more