Employee Performance

Front Line Leadership Module VI – Managing Performance I: Clear Work Direction

Front Line Leadership is a newly redesigned, flexible, ten module program that provides new and current supervisors and managers with a toolkit of practical communication and employee development tools that reduce conflict, improve employee performance, and enhance team effectiveness. The ten, four-hour modules can be offered in any combination. Each one targets a specific set of skills. […]

Managing Personalities with DiSC

Every workplace is made up of various and distinct personalities. A good leader recognizes the differences in each employee and doesn’t take a “one-size-fits-all” approach to management. Management would be easy if everyone was hard-working, collaborative, and always had a great attitude. If this were the case, your job would consist of watching a team […]

The Financial Impact of Employee Engagement

Employee engagement represents the levels of enthusiasm and connection employees have with their organization. It’s a measure of how motivated people are to put in extra effort for their organization, and a sign of how committed they are to their position. There are 3 types of employee engagement: Engaged: This type of employee works with […]

What To Do: Employee Underperformance

Every manager at some point in their career will have to learn to deal with an underperforming employee. If your staff isn’t performing at their best, it can decrease morale and your business’s ability to meet its’ objectives. It is both important and fair for leadership and the underperforming employee to find a solution to […]

The Benefits of Online Learning

You may have found yourself in a holding-pattern since quarantine started, and even as you cautiously began making strides toward “normal.” But as social distancing and limited capacity guidelines continue, it’s time to break the holding-pattern. Rather than waiting for things to return to the way they once were, it’s time to start making the […]

5 Tips to Improve Your Next Presentation

You sip your coffee but barely taste it. Your stomach is in knots, and your mind is racing. You know the material like the back of your hand, and you’re passionate about this idea. You just want everyone to be on board, you want the information to make sense, and—let’s be honest—you want to impress […]