July 2022

Inspiring an Ownership Mindset

By |2021-12-03T16:02:46-04:00July 4, 2022|Candidates, TalentSphere, Companies|

As a leader, you are responsible for making sure your team has the necessary skills to perform well in their roles. Training likely revolves around concrete and definable abilities that link directly back to the expectations of acceptable performance in the role. Concrete training is valuable, but training should not stop there. What can be done to impact not only an employee’s skill set, but their mindset as well?

Organizations and teams that inspire an ownership mindset, where ideas are encouraged […]

June 2022

Inspiring an Ownership Mindset

By |2021-12-03T16:16:29-04:00June 20, 2022|Candidates, TalentSphere, Companies|

As a leader, you are responsible for making sure your team has the necessary skills to perform well in their roles. Training likely revolves around concrete and definable abilities that link directly back to the expectations of acceptable performance in the role. Concrete training is valuable, but training should not stop there. What can be done to impact not only an employee’s skill set, but their mindset as well?

Organizations and teams that inspire an ownership mindset, where ideas are encouraged […]

Are We Addicted to Stress?

By |2021-12-22T19:40:28-04:00June 13, 2022|Candidates, TalentSphere, Companies|

For many, pending deadlines and packed schedules are not overwhelming, but instead can be a driving force that pushes them toward greater productivity. We have processes to streamline, goals to achieve, promotions to earn, debt to eliminate, exercise regimes to master, dreams to chase, and people to help and inspire. The “I work best under pressure” mantra environment creates a Catch-22; we get frustrated with ongoing stress, but perform at the highest level of effectiveness and efficiency when under the […]

Is the Golden Rule Selfish?

By |2021-12-03T14:11:52-04:00June 6, 2022|Candidates, TalentSphere, Companies, Is the Golden Rule Selfish?|

Since childhood, we have all been raised by the Golden Rule: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Many would cite this ethical code as one of their aspirations by which to live, both personally and professionally. The problem with the Golden Rule? It implies the basic assumption that other people would like to be treated the way that you would like to be treated.

As a leader, consider instead operating by the Platinum Rule: “Treat others […]

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