Our personal experience with assessing an employee for leadership development. Signs to look for and ways you can move forward.
Business Ethics in Financial Institutions
ColoradoNDR will be assisting in an ethics project examining the financial industry reviewing regulatory compliance and enforcement. We hope to uncover character strengths of individuals and examine how federal administration may misuse policy.
Situational Leadership – How Do You Teach Determination?
Teaching employees to take responsibility shouldn't be approached as a one size fits all. We have narrowed down employee leadership development into 4 basic steps.
Leadership Lessons from don Francisco
Over the years, don Francisco demonstrated all five components of emotional intelligence at work: self awareness, self regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills. Rumors may dispute some hallmarks, but in truth, possessing these qualities along with a true love for his business resulted in historical success.
Authentic Leadership, Earning Trust and Respect
Generating trust and respect of management by employees in the workplace is essential for productivity, team morale, employee retention and authentic development of a positive corporate culture. We'll cover the 5 levels of leadership.
Happy Presidents Day – Remembering Perceived Irreconcilable Conflict
Jeff Sachs – “Lessons in Peace Making” seems an appropriate tribute to this Presidents Day. It was the Cuban Missile Crises of 1962. The key take away from this great read is that when the majority of decision makers felt that proliferation had reached a point of no return and that peace could not be achieved, President John F Kennedy’s vision was different.
Governance as Leadership in Rotary International
Can governance as leadership help inspire peace? The century old service organization, Rotary International, added their peace initiative to the 4 Avenues of Service. Peace is more than just the absence of conflict.
Managing Emotions in Hard Decisions
No one would state that the firing decision is easy. So the question remains, how to get past the suffering and on to the next stage. Enter the “Employee Cost/Benefit Employment Worksheet”. It sets out a process that every manager/supervisor/director should be going through when dealing with an employee that may be competent in skills, but a toxic element in the office.