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Three Beliefs That Block Your Effectiveness With Conflict

Three Beliefs That Block Your Effectiveness With Conflict We act as though conflict is a bad thing. We are taught that we must resolve all conflict. The goal that is implied is peace- no disruptions. I disagree. I think conflict is good, even necessary if you are to be innovative and creative. To be innovative and [...]

2020-04-23T09:13:07+00:00Categories: Blog|

Three to Steps Address Unconscious Bias

This article will help you understand how unconscious bias can impact what you do.  My favorite line from it is “Unconscious bias makes you believe we are making decisions about an individual’s capabilities, professionalism, or ability to contribute based on rational details when, in reality, these are based on our personal preferences.”   I like [...]


The Top Three Presentation Mistakes Made in Front of the Room

Having strong presentations skills – being able to share your ideas and point of view with several people at once – can make all the difference in a person’s career, or a company’s success. That’s because the men and women who make the blockbuster sales, get the big promotion, or direct the organization all have one [...]

2020-04-23T09:12:01+00:00Categories: Blog|Tags: , |

3 Beliefs That Block Your Effectiveness With Conflict

We act as though conflict is a bad thing. We are taught that we must resolve all conflict. The goal that is implied is peace- no disruptions. I disagree. I think conflict is good, even necessary if you are to be innovative and creative. To be innovative and creative means you have to question all that [...]

2020-04-24T08:10:15+00:00Categories: Blog|

The Top Three Mistakes Made in Front of the Room

Having strong presentations skills – being able to share your ideas and point of view with several people at once – can make all the difference in a person’s career, or a company’s success. That’s because the men and women who make the blockbuster sales, get the big promotion, or direct the organization all have one [...]

2020-04-23T09:13:57+00:00Categories: Blog|

Surefire Ways to Manage Workplace Conflict

The majority of people handle conflict poorly. This stems from three fundamental beliefs that block you in handling conflict. In conflict you must get the person to see and, best case scenario, agree with your side in order to resolve the conflict. You must get the person to understand where they are wrong and you are [...]

2020-04-24T08:19:39+00:00Categories: Blog|

How to Align Employees with Company Values?

Have you ever felt like your team is all marching in different directions?  That often happens when people don’t know how what they are doing is relevant to the larger organization.  Take time today to read this article to see how you need to align your team so their values, direction, and execution all align.  [...]


For Better Negotiations Cut “But” From Your Vocabulary.

It’s hard to think of a word that triggers more reactivity and drains more trust from the conversation than “but”. Notice how often you hear it (and say it) when you’re negotiating or arguing. Notice how this one word changes the temperature and tone of the moment. To prevent the damage that “but” inflicts, Find [...]


13 Ways Managers can Initiate Tough Conversations with Employees

Giving tough feedback is not something most people look forward to. So we put it off and let it slide until you finally reach your breaking point. And that is when you blow it trying to deal with it at the moment. When giving tough feedback you want to develop the following three: 1. Frequency [...]


Priority Management

Prioritize, Align, Standardize- learn how these three things come together to help you make sure your team’s work is driving the results your stakeholders want.  Click Here to Know More If you want help unpacking your limiting beliefs, use this link to set up a free exploratory call.


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