long distance leader:
QUIET QUITTING, the humongous, untapped opportunity in today’s business environment! Quiet quitting is a popular and essentially wrong term because people aren’t quitting. What it turns out to be is employees are not willing to go the “extra mile”, they are not going “above and beyond” what they perceive to be hired and paid for.…Read More
The “great resignation” is the currently popular bus word. And it is certainly a serious challenge for employers big and small. The important question is how to deal with the situation in an effective and productive manner. We must address the matter of the great resignation with a Win-Win mindset if we want to find…Read More
Many leaders had to become acquainted with a remote work environment, fast! When the consequences of the pandemic hit, working from home transitioned from a privilege to a requirement. Two years into the COVID crisis we experience stabilization towards either fully distributed or a hybrid work structure. The traditional in-person office environment has been replaced…Read More
The core question: Does your organizational culture prevent or enhance profitability?
Before you answer this question reactively, consider the fact that the profitability of your company depends on a range of variables. Profit is a result of how well your organization manages and drives these variables.
How do you like the culture of your company? What features do you like and what is it you can’t stand? Is it hard to answer such questions in specific terms?
Most likely, I guess. Most of my clients tend to struggle to answer such inquiries in a factual manner. Yet, it is of crucial importance to understand, evaluate and take steps to enhance a company’s culture constantly.Read More
The subject of DEI appears to come in waves. Every time some significant events take place, typically with fatal outcomes for minority members of our society and people of color, the stakes are raised.Read More
Decision making is a challenging task for everyone! As leaders, we must be diligent in the way we go about the task and help those on our respective teams to develop the skills and experience the process. To get as many people as possible into effective decision-making habits is especially important in a distributed or partly remote work environment. Doing so in an effective and efficient manner has become a key element of sustained organizational success.Read More
When have you taken a serious look at your company’s strategy the last time? Are you considering the uncertainties dominating our economic, social, and political environment? Is your business set up to be anti-fragile? Leadership effectiveness and a documented strategy are the yin and yang of sustainable business success. Utilizing a traditional approach to a…Read More
Growing leaders grow their companies & organizations, too. Truly effective leaders stimulate their teams to become a highly engaged workforce producing consistently tangible results. Effective, agile Leadership is the most potent ticket for business success, and personal development makes the difference! Your organization’s success hinges on the personal effectiveness of its leaders. Increasing self-awareness, adaptive…Read More
Leading a distributed workforce has its own set of challenges and won’t be successful in utilizing a traditional leadership approach. A great example is an organization that created WordPress, a website development platform used around the globe. Matt Mullenweg, the co-founder of the WordPress Foundation and its parent company Automattic, believes anyone–and everyone–can pull off…Read More
The COVID19 conversation is mushrooming into all kinds of directions. From a leadership perspective, I would suggest that anyone in any leadership position gets truly informed. This is, getting informed not only about the virus and its potential impact but also about the context. In my opinion, leaders on any level of the hierarchy in…Read More