It is a well known fact that ‘leaders are readers.” Periodically, I like to share some books you might consider reading if you are interested in improving your leadership skills. Mind Over Clutter – Nicola Lewis Does a messy desk always mean a messy mind? If you find that you are not as organized asContinue reading “Dave’s Leadership Library”
During a job hunt, you might be happy to get one offer. But what happens when you get two offers at the same time. Here are some tips on how you can evaluate them so you end up in the job that is right for you.
In order to be helpful, evaluations must be structured effectively or they may be perceived as a waste of time. Even though the process can take a lot of time and be unpopular, the basis for all evaluations should be well articulated measurable goals. Use this as an opportunity to coach your staff. That’s the subject of this LEADERSHIP PLUS.
Some managers encourage their workers to work long hours. But if you don’t have a work-life balance, you could be risking your health.
If you want to end up in a job or a career that you enjoy, be prepared to do your homework.
Since the onset of the Coronavirus, your staff has been working from home. What happens after everyone has been vaccinated? What if your staff still wants to work from home? Here are some things to consider.
I used to struggle with writing reports, but because of a system that I have perfected, I have been able to write two books with two more on the way. Now I find writing less overwhelming.
Even though you might have a vision for your organization or department, it is not always easy to convey it to others. We can learn how from observing Presidents Kennedy, Eisenhower and others.
Managing multiple projects at the same time can be stressful. But there are ways in which you can keep them moving forward without losing your sanity.
A lot of organizations are expressing the need to improve their staff diversity. But progress continues to be slow. Your approach to diversity will benefit you in many ways.
Admitting your error and saying sorry is the right thing to do whether you are the boss or not. But if you are the boss, it is even more important as it demonstrates humility and your moral values.
Do you find it hard to focus while working from home during Covid-19. Is work blending into your home life? Productivity expert David Allen shares his thoughts with Dave Edwards.
Digital note-taking has improved my productivity and information accessibility. If taking notes is not second nature to you, or if you can’t find the notes you make, consider developing system like the one that has worked for me.
A survey shows 83 percent of CEOs want their workers back in the office as soon as people are fascinated against the Coronavirus. The problem is that only 10 percent of workers want to come back.
My world changed when I read the phrase, “Your brain is for having ideas, not holding ideas.”
We all try to remember too many things. As a result, we forget important items and get easily distracted. There is a way we can clear our minds for increased concentration.
When it is time to leave your current job, don’t jump. Develop a job search strategy.
By 2025, Millennials will represent 75% of the working population. How are you planning to keep them engaged and with your organization? Or, are you resigned to the fact that they will move on if they can find a job that pays more than you can afford? That’s the subject of today’s LEADERSHIP PLUS.
I’ve developed a system to keep track of tasks that I’ve assigned to others so that deadlines are kept. It’s also a good way of keeping tabs on promises that people make to me.
On this LEADERSHIP PLUS, we explore a more effective fundraising method that will help your nonprofit succeed.
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