Do you like to be put in a box? Nobody likes to be labeled. When taking a personality style evaluator like MBTI, DISC, or Insights Discovery, it is important to remember the unique you – you are the combination and blend of many different things. When speaking to motivation and engagement, we cannot rely on
For the past ten years, organizations and teams have used LeaderShip at the Helm (LATH) as a way to maximize human potential and drive organizational performance (if you are familiar with Traction, it takes your Traction investment and enhances it 8+ fold). However, in the past year, many of our clients have asked us to
Leadership exists in everyone. And though we are certain of this, factors such as fear, frustration, and confusion can hold us back from really believing in ourselves as leaders. Every job and workplace offer its own unique challenges, but some can become really stifling. Feeling undervalued, unfulfilled, and underappreciated are hardships many of us experience
Using the 8 Factors of Engagement to unlock potential, co-written by Mary Rose. The Senior Slide, Senior Slack, or whatever kind of alliteration you would like to use, is an issue of disengagement that hits most graduating students wrapping up their vigorous schooling career. If you are not familiar the term, the Senior Slide is
I have heard the word, Belonging, used several times in relation to employee engagement. Pat Wadors, Senior VP of Global Talent for LinkedIn, believes that Belonging is one of the three key factors that drives employee engagement; it is “the feeling that you can bring your authentic self to work [and that] you are valued
Do the shoemaker’s children always have to go barefoot? Have you ever thought to ask a leader, “how much do you love your employees, and do you show them you care?” In celebration of February 14th, the day dedicated to love here in the US and most of the world, it is a wonderful time
Sicora Consulting has worked with hundreds of organizations and teams on various employee engagement models for decades. In the fall of 2016 we decided to hit the pause button to see if there was a better way to offer a more balanced engagement model that employees could take greater action on. So, we did a
At the beginning of every year we often think of ways to improve and refresh our lives. Personal goals such as spending more time with family or vowing to work out more are wonderful aspirations, but what about work ambitions? What can we do to refresh and start our jobs in the new year with
Over the past few weeks, the theme of Care and Caring have come up in many ways: care shown when family and friends come together during the holidays, care put forth for others in a time of need, and genuine care demonstrated in the workplace accommodating staff wanting to spend time with their loved ones.
The image card activity is one of the more powerful group activities that I enjoy facilitating with other leaders. If you aren’t familiar the game it’s fairly simple – the participants are invited to go to a large table and pick from a series of images that are spread out in front of them. They
Presenting at EGOS (European Group for Organizational Studies) Conference in Rotterdam, Netherlands… initial findings of my research on Personality Styles and Culture of Trust. Please contact me if you would like to learn more.