Become a Better Leader by Becoming More Self-Aware Taylor Scott • January 27, 2020 All great leaders have one thing in common: They’ve mastered the ability to understand their own thoughts, emotions, strengths,
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SGEi Welcomes Azalee Maslow as the New Digital Marketing Specialist January 21, 2020 A global consulting and training company welcomes a new addition to their team. LAS VEGAS, January 21, 2020 (Newswire.com) -
Four Ways Leadership Is like Playing with Legos Taylor Scott • January 20, 2020 Once we make our way into the leadership ranks, people depend on us to get a group of people
The Good News and Bad News About Emotional IntelligenceTaylor Scott • January 3, 2020 Emotional intelligence (EQ) is commonly defined as the ability to identify and manage one’s own emotions as well as
Four Tips For Being A Better Leader In 2020 Originally published in Forbes. As we head into 2020, I’m sure you’re all excited and optimistic about improving the results of your team and
Happy Holidays: Copy/Paste This time of year, we reflect, give thanks, celebrate, give gifts, and spread holiday cheer. If nothing else, we set out, on purpose, to make each other happy. We love
10 Ways to Enhance Your Leadership Skills for 2020 Originally published in Achievers. Leaders at all levels often struggle to balance their many responsibilities. Constant demands on time, along with an expectation to
Three Things I am Grateful For in Business - By Nichole Shaw This time of year has been collectively deemed as an opportunity to express gratitude in several magnitudes. The gratitude I
Three Things I am Grateful For in Business - By Dana Kuykendall As I reflect on my career, there are many things that I am grateful for. I have formed relationships that have
Four Ways to Improve Conversations That Will Enhance Employee Performance This post is ironic because it’s inspired by conversations we frequently have with our clients, colleagues, and partners about their level of engagement