The quality of your business writing impacts what people think about your intelligence, competence and even integrity. Make sure that you are conveying the right impression.
Month: August 2020
As COVID-19 restrictions start lifting across the country, many people are facing an unexpected conundrum. In fact, you too might be in a similar situation: your employer wants you to come back to the workplace, but you’re not yet ready to return to an office or other communal environment. The reasons vary. Perhaps you have […]
Robert Manolson is a professional colleague and an avid mental health champion who facilitates workshop presentations to business leaders on the importance of starting honest conversations about mental health at work. It’s been a while since he last guested on the blog. The last time he was here, his post was on Does your employee […]
Solving problems and making decisions are two important elements in leadership. Which is often why I blog on this subject. Recently, I’ve been in-and-out of specialist doctor offices (don’t ask), and I’ve come to realize that there are two steps in medical therapy – diagnosis and treatment. But which should come first? As individuals, we […]
Sometimes you will have to make unpopular decisions, choices (or decrees) that will not be liked by your staff; it’s one of the responsibilities of leadership. Sure, good leaders strive to minimize the fallout of decisions on their people, but sometimes doing the right thing for the company as a whole means hurting some of […]