Archive for July, 2010
Posted on27. Jul, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
A manager from one of our clients contacted me recently to discuss a concern she had. In separate interactions, numerous employees had shared with her how stressed out they were. Understandably she was concerned. She contacted me to bounce around some ideas for a team building exercise to reduce stress. First, let’s recognize the manager [...]
Posted on19. Jul, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
What is your belief about the nature of people? Your answer gives you insight into how you interact and connect with others. You answer is also critical to influencing change and results in your business. Do you see people as a means to an end? Do you make an effort to understand a group’s viewpoint? [...]
Posted on18. Jul, 2010 by Becky Shook.
Post from Becky Shook, Principal Consultant at Achieved Strategies I just returned from the 2010 e-women’s network conference: 4 days of inspiration, energy, and learning. It was a fantastic reminder that anything is possible, although sometimes we have to step out of our own way. For me, getting out of my own way showed up [...]
Posted on12. Jul, 2010 by Karen Smith-Will.
I was approached by Karen Smith-Will to write a blog post. I liked her writing and her perspective on leadership. In this special blog post, Karen pushes us to recognize a stellar customer experience is related to inspiring employees – a topic important to us at Achieved Strategies. At the bottom of this post is [...]
Posted on11. Jul, 2010 by Lee Scott.
Lee Scott, founder of Unleashing Leaders and partner at Achieved Strategies, has challenged us to rethink how managers and employees interact to help the business succeed. In this third and final installment, Lee offers us a role-shift for employees as independent agents and what managers/leaders can do to inspire the workforce in this paradigm shift. [...]
Posted on07. Jul, 2010 by Lee Scott.
This is the second blog post from Lee Scott. Click here to read part 1. The stresses that an organization faces range from pressure to provide more value to its customers, the expectation to be more nimble in the face of change and to keep its costs as low as possible – that means it [...]
Posted on05. Jul, 2010 by Lee Scott.
Although Wake Up & Shake It Up officially ended on June 30th, we’re delighted to share Lee Scott’s 3-part blog series. Part one looks at the individual level and your contribution to increase your value. Parts 2 and 3 take the organizational perspective…more on this tomorrow Lee is an astonishing leader, coach, and human being. [...]