Tag Archives: Wake Up & Shake It Up
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 on28. Jun, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
We continue the Wake Up and Shake It Up blog series with me. We’re winding down the series that’s generated tons of conversation. Let’s keep it going. The gloves are coming off. This month you’ve read 12 different bloggers’ posts on the why and how leaders need to shake up how they show up as [...]
Posted on24. Jun, 2010 by S. Max Brown and Tanveer Naseer.
As Wake Up and Shake It Up continues, we are thrilled by this joint effort from S. Max Brown (VP of Organizational Learning) and Tanveer Naseer (Business Coach and Writer). It’s a bold blog post…just what we wanted for this series. Be prepared to look at what you’re doing that you can shake up how [...]
Posted on13. Jun, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
Many organizations are struggling in a bleak work environment and decimated workforce due to layoffs. Leaders, however, have an opportunity to bring success back to their business. The opportunity is to restore optimism back in the workplace. The opportunities start at an individual level, a human level. Leaders can catapult their level of success by [...]
Posted on10. Jun, 2010 by Lolly Daskal.
Today Lolly Daskal is our guest blogger for the Wake Up & Shake It Up blog series. Lolly has helped thousands of business people identify and optimize their innate leadership. A logical and energized writer, speaker, teacher, and coach, her clients have praised her wisdom and compassion. She specializes in leadership development, peak performance, and [...]
Posted on08. Jun, 2010 by Ed McLaughlin.
Today is the official kick-off for the Wake Up & Shake it Up Blog series. The series includes 12 guest bloggers who will share with you new ways to lead that restores optimism at work, or inspires, connects, even moves your people to change how you attain success. Bottom line: We need uncommon leadership in [...]