Unclear Core Values

Don’t Let Unclear Core Values Hold Your Company Back

Core values are the guiding principles of a company. When they aren’t clearly defined and articulated, a company starts to lose its way. An accidental culture starts to emerge that consists of bad habits, bad attitudes, and bad performance. Every company needs to take the time to define, write down, and share their core values. … Continue Reading

Leadership Staff Communication Gap

Closing the Leadership-Staff Communication Gap

Leaders in a company slowly start to move farther and farther away from frontline employees as a company grows. This can create a gap in communication between the two groups. What once was easy, because you interacted with every employee every day, now has to become an intentional exercise. Without addressing this breakdown in communication, … Continue Reading

Leadership development for managers

The Real Reasons People Leave: Poor Management

This is the fifth blog in a series of five. (Read the first, second, third, and fourth one.) In January of 2020 (my last in-person conference) I heard a keynote by Jamie Taets of Keystone Group International about going “beyond the paycheck”. The talk focused on helping us, as leaders in our organizations, understand that paying … Continue Reading

framework for success

The Real Reasons People Leave: Framework for Success

This is the fourth blog in a series of five. (Read the first, second, and third one.) In January of 2020 (my last in-person conference) I heard a keynote by Jamie Taets of Keystone Group International about going “beyond the paycheck”. The talk focused on helping us, as leaders in our organizations, understand that paying … Continue Reading

Performance Feedback

The Real Reasons People Leave: Performance Feedback

This is the third blog in a series of five. (Read the first and second one.) In January of 2020 (my last in-person conference) I heard a keynote by Jamie Taets of Keystone Group International about going “beyond the paycheck”. The talk focused on helping us, as leaders in our organizations, understand that paying people well … Continue Reading

career path career development

The Real Reasons People Leave: Career Development

This is the second blog in a series of five. (Read the first one.) In January of 2020 (my last in-person conference) I heard a keynote by Jamie Taets of Keystone Group International about going “beyond the paycheck”. The talk focused on helping us, as leaders in our organizations, understand that paying people well is … Continue Reading