Articles and podcasts to support you and your team in reaching their full potential.
Relying on your own ability to get to know your employees or direct reports is leaving a lot of great information on the table. Today we discuss why using an assessment is key to understanding your team.
Employees want more than just a job they’re skilled for at the salary they want. They want to be known as the person they are. Today we discuss how to accomplish this.
What your employees want has changed. Some alarming statistics have emerged about how your employees are approaching their job while on the clock. Today we look at what those statistics are.
One of the influences behind Leading With Nice is a social entrepreneur, Bill Strickland. He wrote a book, Make the Impossible Possible, where he tells the story of how the non-profit he founded, The Manchester Bidwell Corporation, came to be. It’s a great example of gratitude in practice.
Increasing your capacity to have and express gratitude isn’t hard. In today’s episode, we share several techniques you can use to improve your gratitude.
As the world shrinks, expectations of what normal business practice will need to adjust. Today we look at how gratitude is approached in the offices and factories of Asia and specifically China.
What is the cost of ignoring gratitude as a leader? Today we look at some research from Monster.co.uk that uncovered the cost of putting aside being grateful.
Being a grateful leader means showing and demonstrating gratitude. This week we look at why it’s important and how you can build your capacity to be full of gratitude.
This is the last day we’re looking at leadership resiliency and we’re going to discuss a great resource you can read to help build your capacity and understanding of being a resilient leader.
If you choose to forgo the hard work it takes to build leadership resiliency, it can have a significant impact on you. Today we discuss what it is in particular that will be the greatest consequence.