Resonance vs Dissonance

Are You Resonating With Your Staff?

In two weeks, we are going to begin a six part series on the six Leadership Styles as defined by Daniel Goleman in his book Primal Leadership: Affiliative, Visionary, Pacesetting, Democratic, Commanding, and Coaching. Before we begin discussing the specifics of each style of leadership, it’s important to know the difference between a resonant leader … Continue Reading

Surviving Company Growth

How to Survive Your Company’s Teenage Years

Hang on to your sanity! Your world just shifted! The dynamic that occurs as a company grows into the 20–30-employee range is unlike anything you’ve been through before. Up to this point in your company’s history, it’s been CEO-centric — your passion, your vision, your blood, sweat and tears that have been moving the company … Continue Reading

Uncover The Roots

It’s often hard for leaders to determine the root cause of an issue. Problem diagnosis, at least accurate problem diagnosis, takes reflection and self-awareness, something a lot of small businesses don’t feel like they have the time to do. Companies caught up in the hustle and bustle of the day-to-day of operations tend to solve … Continue Reading

Management Lessons from Brexit

Lessons From the Brexit

What can we learn from the potential Brexit (Britain’s exit from the EU) on creating and improving High Performing Teams? Values and Beliefs must match. Margaret Thatcher knew the EU was doomed from the beginning because the beliefs and values among the members were just too different. Things were great for a long time, but … Continue Reading