The Problem with the “Inner” Problem Solver

Lessons Learned A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to attend company mandated management training. Any training that is “Company Mandated”, for many of us, might generate a vision of boring, non relevant, check-the-box training. While I do not consider myself a pessimist, being prior military, I have gone through many such “company mandated” […]

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How to Manage Your Time

Time management doesn’t have to be a mystery Regardless of if you are in the C-Suite or just starting out your career as an associate, time management is critical.  You have to be able to prioritize everything that has to get done while juggling the daily demands that are unexpected.  It is critical to do […]

Work Life Integration

Revisiting work-life balance

Normal work-life balance is a thing of the past Work-life balance is gone. Instead, companies should help employees with work–life integration. This means you take your personal life with you to work, and you take your work home with you to your personal life. Gone are the days where you have to compromise between family and career. Companies […]

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Micromanaging Isn’t Always Wrong

Micromanaging is a tactic, not a style Among the greatest misunderstandings in leadership and coaching is the word “micromanaging”. Most leaders do not want to be considered a micro manager. As a matter of fact, it could possibly be considered an insult or weakness of any manager. When micromanaging is used as a coaching or […]