leadership

Afters Ask the Right Questions to Deliver Results the First Time

How many times have you delivered a project, task or report only to have it sent back for a re-do? After putting tons of time, research and effort into delivering on a project, I just hate seeing the ol’ “This is a good start…” response hit my inbox. We’ve all been there, and it is at… read more

Using the Dialogue Method to Resolve Conflict in the Workplace (and in Personal Relationships)

Research shows that managers spend as much as 25 to 40 percent of their time working to resolve conflict in the workplace. Imagine what you could achieve if you could spend this time doing something else! The dialogue method is an effective communication process that you can learn to use to resolve conflict in the… read more

Adapt Your Management Personality Type to Your Team

What can you do with your management personality type so others find it easier to work with you? Over the last couple weeks, we’ve discussed how to identify the four primary personality types and how to manage different personality types on your team. Today, we will take a closer look at your management personality type,… read more

4 Things You Need To Do To Influence Employee Accountability and Responsibility

A lot of the problems that you face as managers and leaders tend to take care of themselves in an environment of high employee accountability and responsibility. But how do you mold your organization into such an environment? In his play, Twelfth Night, William Shakespeare wrote, “Be not afraid of greatness: some are born great.… read more