The current public personas of people whom we would title “leaders” are a far cry from the model Robert Greenleaf developed during his 40 years with American Telephone and Telegraph (now AT&T). Learn how he created servant leadership and what it means to be a servant leader.
Author Archive | Eileen McDargh
Want to prepare for the challenges that life throws at you? Learn the skills and actions that can be cultured, developed, and taken before you need to be resilient.
In this article you will learn four keys to using corporate communication wisely so that it is intentional rather than reactionary. A true leader works diligently to craft clear and compelling communication.
Despite all the talk about wanting to attract and keep young savvy workers, too many managers in the United States are jumping backward in work/life policies.
Learn what causes employees to stay or leave and how you can tip the balance to keeping your employees engaged and energized!
Don’t respond with knee-jerk reactions or lash out in frustration or anger when the status quo is unacceptable. Constructive impatience builds a case for carefully crafted actions that elicit collaboration and cooperation rather than anger.
Follow the example of the Make-A-Wish Foundation and learn four actions by professional speaker Eileen McDargh that can boost your resiliency.
The results of a poll by the Gallup organization indicates that only 10% of managers have what it takes to be “a great manager.” Learn what talents are needed to be a “great manager.”
Only 30% of the workplace is engaged at work. Is this you? Read this article to learn five tips for putting more into your work so you can become engaged again.
This article offers three scenarios that set up the distinction between REAL leaders and those in title/pay grade only. Valuable lessons can be gained by learning what not to do when you get promoted to leadership.