4 Signs Your Team Needs an Accountability Training

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Team accountability is essential for a business to successfully function. However, when employees drop the ball persists, your business endeavors are at stake. To ensure fully streamlined operations and happy productive team members, let’s explore four common issues that signal a need for better team accountability. Deadlines are not being met Team members typically collaborate … Read more

8 Post-Pandemic Mindset Superpowers

Post-Pandemic Entrepreneurial Thinking The Coronavirus Pandemic certainly tested our capacity for change, innovation, and resiliency, especially during the lockdown. During the lockdown, time seemed to pass ever so slowly; there was uncertainty in the air. This seemed to trigger all kinds of emotions in all of us. Some of us felt helplessness, fright, and anxiety naturally … Read more

4 Positive Mindset Shift For Small Businesses

Four Key Positive Mindset Tips for Small Business Owners Photo by Mike Petrucci Unsplash | Small Business Open Sign Many small business owners may think they need to double production and profit to succeed, but happiness comes from doing the opposite. I often ask my clients what their number one goal in business is. They … Read more

The 7 Winning Principles of Effective Leadership

There are many qualities that top athletes and top business leaders share. Top leaders can agree that knowledge and a certain level of talent are essential, but it takes more than that. My seven winning approaches to leadership describe what to do but most importantly what to avoid. These principles were developed from lessons learned as a two-time Olympic athlete and as a winning coach.

Winning Ethical Dilemmas

You have heard the quote: “That is why you are getting paid the big bucks.” Leaders often receive this answer when they complain about challenging decisions as if getting paid more money makes the ethical dilemma easier. Last week, when speaking on the social media platform, Club House, I heard an interesting idea around ethical … Read more

Dysfunctional Leadership is Contagious

You cannot be an effective leader if you are dysfunctional everyplace else. When I was growing up, my coaches told me, “Leave your problems at the door.” No matter how much I wanted to please my coaches, I could not detach part of me and take the rest of me to practice. Believing you can … Read more

Why Should We Look to Women to Lead Through the Pandemic?

DIFFERENT COMMUNICATION STYLES Let us acknowledge that women and men are different physically and emotionally, which is why they tend to lead in different manners. While nothing is absolute, there are definite tendencies according to gender. Men and women who have invested in personal development flatten the curve. The primary reason men communicate is to … Read more