Magic Dust aligns us with our strengths, abilities, and talents. It’s knowing how we deal with conflict, motivate and inspire others, and communicate. The more we know about our Magic Dust, the more aligned we are with our vision, purpose, and career. Knowing this is crucial for all leaders. Discover your magic dust today!
It seems 2015 flew by, and now it’s time to prepare for and welcome 2016. Do you have any unfinished business from 2015 that will spill over into 2016? What about any New Year’s resolutions? Abraham Lincoln said: “Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other.” If you […]
“Everything we do is personal and emotionally driven. If you can help people feel competent, significant, and appreciated, you are fulfilling their basic human desires, and they become happier and more productive.” –Edgar Papke, Leadership Psychologist and author. Bottom line, employee engagement is critical for growth and success, yet per a Gallop Poll, we are […]
Many of us are familiar with self-assessment tools that increase our awareness for our preferences and our basic styles for interacting with others and achieving results. Some of the most common include Myers-Briggs, DiSC, Communication, and Emotional Intelligence. Another one that may interest you is “The Big 5″ which describe basic traits and are considered […]
Mike Kublin, President of PeopleTek Coaching, provides an overview of and welcome to PeopleTek’s Leadership Journey.
Some say that motivation is only “self-inflicted,” but as leaders we can certainly lend assistance to motivate others and improve results. Tony Jeary, strategist, adviser, and author, provides the following 6 tips: Invest your time in your team. Understanding personal goals, values and aspirations will help foster loyal and motivated team members. Communicate to others as they wish […]
Happy Thanksgiving to those in the U.S.! The holiday season is wonderful, chaotic, and often stressful. Sometimes this takes a toll on us and we forget to show appreciation and be thankful for those in our personal and professional lives. Take a moment to reflect on the positive and encourage others to do the same: […]
Leadership has taken on new challenges with the need to lead not only those that are in the same location, but to effective manage time zone differences, have an understanding (and appreciation) of cultural differences, and keep onsite and remote team members engaged, informed, and productive. Global Workplace Analytics conducted a survey and summarized the […]
Geoff Colvin wrote in Fortune magazine (October 28, 2013) “The Soft Stuff Is The Hard Stuff.” The premise? That skills can be developed, and are certainly required to achieve success, but it’s each individuals personal traits that truly make the difference. Can a person be inspirational? Does a person have global sensibility? That’s the hardest […]
We all want to learn and succeed, our pace never slows down, we know we can juggle and accomplish amazing things, and because of this, we’re sometimes guilty of over committing. So what could we do? We need to learn when to say no. To be truly successful: We need to have balance. We need […]