Well being Important to Millennial Employees

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Big transformations lie ahead for leadership according to the 2015 Deloitte Millennial Survey – Executive summary, “Mind the Gaps.” The younger generation is aligned with its current leaders’ priority of “ensuring the long-term future of the organization.” Beyond this, however, Millennials place far greater emphasis on employee wellbeing and employee growth and development. With the workforce rapidly moving from Boomers to Millennials, Boomers are no longer the controlling force in the employee category and their values, methods of communication and ...

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Focused Priorities Fuel Leadership Success

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What are your leadership responsibilities – engaging the workforce, hiring, acquisitions, financial planning, visioneering, innovation? Jack Welch, former chairman and CEO of General Electric, believed he had only three things to do as a leader: choose the right people, allocate the right funds and transmit ideas from division to division at the speed of light.

What is on your leadership priority list? Is it short? Can you articulate your priorities in one easy to understand sentence? Much like a mission statement ...

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Leaders’ Actions Fuel Results

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The old adage “actions speak louder than words” is as relevant today as when first spoken. For leaders, their actions and behaviors reveal their true core values and beliefs. Their actions speak volumes no matter what their words say.

When you strip away characteristics, traits and attributes, you find true leadership behaviors and actions which directly impact workforce engagement, productivity and profitability.

Leaders need to be conscious role models for being engaged, empowered and motivated. If they are not emotionally and intellectually ...

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Integrity – Tops the Workforce Wish List

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“Say what you mean and mean what you say,” says Frank Luntz, communications researcher and author of several books including What Americans Really Want…Really.

Today’s workforce craves truthful comprehensive communications and aligned action from leadership in all aspects. They want to know the what, why, how and when – and they care about the long-term implications of decisions made by their leaders.

Luntz’s research states that the most desirable company attribute for the workforce is ethical business practices. In other words, they ...

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Lead by Example: Leadership in the 21st Century

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 Dramatic change has descended upon leaders and the workforce due to the social media revolution. The warp speed shift of workplace communications, interaction and information exchange is causing chaos, mistrust and poor face-to-face communications. This change is forcing leadership to think and interact differently with their workforce in order to engage, encourage and increase their performance.
The John Quincy Adams quote, “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader,” lays ...
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