By Laura Huckabee-Jennings, CEO    Our clients often ask us to help them develop leaders and then, in the next breath, they will tell us about a group of newly-promoted supervisors who need to learn how to make the transition from peer to supervisor. While training and development are...

By Dana Gillis, Executive Coach David Ogilvy, the original Don Draper, came up with a list of “10 Things to Look for In a Leader.” Traits listed were, charisma; a capacity for hard work; guts under pressure – resilience in defeat; creativity; courage; a sense of humor;...

By Andrew Jennings, CCO “Success isn’t scary!” I hear you cry, and for some it isn’t. However, think about this for a moment:  what is preventing you from taking the next big step, either at work or in your personal life? When we ask this question of...

  Leadership is a habit, not knowledge you can get from a book. It is a daily practice that you cultivate, hone and refresh. Fearless leaders share a few core practices that make them truly great "Fearless Leaders" (and I've included links to related articles if...

Many people are fans of the famous "Getting Things Done" series of books and workshops on time management, and there are lots of very powerful tools in that methodology to be certain. Quite apart from actually getting things done, many of us have more things...