During my three decades as a corporate executive and professional coach, I have realized that the most important skill for professional development and growth is honest and objective self-awareness.
Many people have asked me “What do I have to do to get promoted?” I get this question about “The promotion waiting game” mostly from high-performing individuals who are accustomed to receiving frequent and meaningful promotions, but for some reason have stalled out.
Many companies are now requiring business cases for internal investments. They have also set policies for minimum ROI and payback periods. I have developed a methodology for creating compelling business cases.
According to a recent study by Gallup on employee engagement, 85% of employees are not engaged or are actively disengaged at work. In this article I lay out solutions to answer the question “Are you Fully Engaged?”.
Great product management is at the core of a company’s success. We are also a “product,” but most people don’t think of themselves as a “product.” this article, I lay out why managing our brand as a product is important, the steps you should take to maximize your brand’s image and how to avoid “unforced errors”.
There is a technique I used to determine the root cause of a problem known in the manufacturing world as the “Five Why’s.” In this article I discuss the premise behind the technique and how to leverage this tool to understand the cause and effect relationship of an underlying problem.
Measuring performance for team members is a very hard thing to do. Sometimes, there is misalignment between the What and How behaviors. More weight should be given to how team members achieve their objectives versus focusing solely on what the team members achieved.