LEADING MILLENNIAL’S IS LEADING THE FUTURE

The term “millennials” loosely describes those born between 1980 and 2000. Also known as Generation Y, this rising group of young people present a different set of challenges in leadership. Knowing how to address the changes will give you an upfront edge in taking your team forward. Understanding what makes them different is the first […]

CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM VS. HARMFUL CRITICISM

Constructive criticism should have a purpose, endpoint, or goal. Often the goal is to change a behavior and give direction as to the desired outcome. Harmful criticism often leaves the recipient certain of the disapproval of the one administering the diatribe; however, they may have no clue what is expected of them at the end […]

5 WAYS YOU CAN USE EXCESS KSAS FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION

More often than not, your employees have knowledge, skills and/or abilities that exceed their job requirements. These hidden talents can help your business prosper. Here are five things you can do to maximize the potential of KSA’s within your organization: Try Something New Use the Skills in Other Segments of Your Organization Support Different or […]

INTERVIEWING POTENTIAL LEADERS FOR YOUR COMPANY

Building and sustaining a competitive team or organization is the mark of a great leader. This does not happen by accident or luck. One must put much thought into the makeup of their team. The overarching question should be how much value do potential candidates bring to the team? Prior to making any changes, it […]

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A LEADER AND A BOSS?

Though these words might seem interchangeable, there is actually a huge gap in meaning between what they have to offer. Choosing who you want to be or what type of worker you want to become (and that others decide they want to become) can greatly change the entire tone of your company, and its respective […]

5 COMMON MISTAKES MODERN BUSINESSES ARE MAKING

What happens when you think your company is doing everything right but you still aren’t getting the results you want? You talk to Mike Diamond. It’s frustrating when you don’t know what questions to ask or what clues to investigate. Here are a few common business mistakes that are frequently overlooked by management. Not Understanding […]

5 WAYS TO UNITE A DIVIDED TEAM

According to Business Dictionary, a team is a group of people with a full set of complementary skills required to complete a task, job, or project. With that said, it becomes obvious that to be complementary, these skills, and therefore the skill-masters, are opposites. And therein lies the rub, right? If it were possible to […]