Posts On: High Performance Leadership

Workforce Engagement is Abysmal! But Why?

Posted On: August 2, 2016 by Ryan McShane

The data is in! Employee Engagement is abysmal in the majority of workplaces today. But, why? We can no longer ignore it with thoughts like, “not MY employees” or “we’re not THAT bad”, resulting in inaction and burying of heads.  These mere “thoughts” and refusal to investigate and address engagement for fear leadership may have […]

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The Crisis No One is Talking About: Leadership!

Posted On: May 3, 2016 by Ryan McShane

We are currently under a crisis of leadership as a nation. One need only look to our Presidential Candidates, to see how truly bad this crisis is. I mean really… THIS is the best our nation has to offer?! Now, take this grand-scale example down to the local level, into our businesses and communities. We […]

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Is Supervision Part of Leadership?

Posted On: May 3, 2014 by Ray Marcantoni

Do employees really need to be supervised? Really? The answer is “sometimes” – yes. Supervision can be defined as… “Management by overseeing the performance or operation of a person or group” or “To direct, manage, or oversee; to be in charge” Most employees prefer to be led. In other words, they want leaders supporting them […]

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Managing Change within your Organization

Posted On: April 29, 2014 by Ray Marcantoni

When we think about change, we often think of it in a gloom and doom approach. What we should be doing is thinking about it as an opportunity to examine how we define ourselves, where we are going, and how we will accomplish our goals. Everyone day others make decisions that change our lives, but […]

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Leaders Live in the Spotlight

Posted On: December 10, 2013 by Ray Marcantoni

The key is achieving the consistent, emotionally intelligent leadership behaviors that breed success in you and others. Here are a few suggestions to consider that can improve your and your team’s performance: Self-Check Start your day knowing what challenges you can expect to face, your state of mind (mental preparation), key objectives, and the corresponding […]

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