Tag Archives: transparent leadership
Posted on12. Dec, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
When Right Management released data from their research on employee discontent, I was floored. Their research showed that 84% of employees plan to look for a new job in 2012. The number seems a little too high and I question the sample size in their research, but their analysis findings are similar to other research. [...]
Posted on12. Apr, 2011 by Shawn Murphy.
Business is powered by relationships. Effective leaders know this and build and maintain relationships based on this simple truth. A wise leader knows that relationships aren’t a means to an end, but an enjoyable part of building, growing a business/organization. Yet, as humans were are fallible. We often stray from doing what is wise and [...]
Posted on29. Dec, 2010 by Louise and George Altman.
Louise and George Altman are co-founders and senior partners of Intentional Communication Consultants. Since the early 1990’s, they have been developing and delivering programs in all areas of workplace communication to thousands of participants in public seminars, customized on-site programs, executive coaching and organizational consulting initiatives. They also co-blog at The Intentional Workplace. Connect with [...]
Posted on26. Oct, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
Leading people through change places a unique demand on managers. It’s possibly one of the biggest challenges to lean into and cause results. Leading change requires leaders to focus on the tangibles of what’s changing and the people impacts – the intangibles. For managers and executives who have successfully led change in their business, one [...]
Posted on24. Oct, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
My thoughts on leadership fill the Internet with millions of other leadership bloggers. Yet there is one topic that isn’t discussed commonly in the many blogs on leadership – the skill of observation. Often times the success of a leader is measured by the actions he/she takes and the results caused, rightly so; however, leadership [...]
Posted on24. Jun, 2010 by Derrick Strand.
Derrick is not your typical management consultant or trainer. He spends most of his time helping clients get rid of him. It is his philosophy that organizations have most of the answers already inside the minds of their people and unleashing that power is the key to long term success. His results-based consulting and training [...]