Coping Mechanisms & Blog

Jun 10, 2019
Just when you thought you had the Millennials figured out, Gen Z walks through the door. Gen Z is composed of people born between 1995 and 2010. They are just graduating college and…
May 27, 2019
There are three types of learners: Listeners (Auditory): Learns best from speeches and audio books Watchers (Visual): Learns best from pictures (reading, maps, process charts) Doers…
May 13, 2019
Employees are often asked this time of year to develop Professional Development Plans. Encourage employees to test each goal in their plan by answering four questions: Does the goal…
Apr 29, 2019
They say “people don’t leave bad jobs; they leave bad bosses.” Having a bad boss can make coming to work the worst part of every day and you can quickly move from compensating to quitting…
Mar 19, 2019
As the new year kicks into gear and we recover from the holidays, it’s a good idea to have something fun to look forward to in the coming months. While most of us love a good vacation…
Jan 08, 2019
The top three New Year’s resolutions every year seem to be: Lose Weight Get Organized Spend Less and Save More Unfortunately less than 10% of individuals report that they are successful…
May 08, 2017
Decades after US businesses realized problems couldn’t be solved by a single leader, even a great one, they still struggle to develop efficient and effective processes that gain them…
May 08, 2017
Leadership depends largely on power, influence, and negotiation. Power is about the ability to influence others and resist unwanted influence in return.  Influence, however, is the…
May 08, 2017
Everyone wants a CEO who is visionary, humble, self-aware, and effective on many levels.  In Jim Collin’s book, “Good to Great,” we even learned to lust after “Level 5 leaders: thought…
May 08, 2017
There are three main reasons that lead to process redesign: strengthening competitive advantage, addressing problems, and survival.  Process redesign can be focused and improve only…