Posts by ged4332


All organizations have lots of demands on an employee’s time and energy. From product development to marketing, achieving excellent customer service, to creating the capital required to be successful, it is a constant battle to fit everything in an acceptable amount of time. What usually takes place is productivity begins to decline because way too many meetings are taking place. Which annoys your team who have to find ways to...

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Clipped from: http://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/article/what-motivates-workers-in-the-gig-economy/  The gig economy offers tremendous flexibility for workers and companies, but it also comes with a host of unknown factors for both parties. A new study co-authored by Wharton professor of operations, information and decisions Gad Allon looks at how drivers for a ride-hailing firm make labor decisions – when to work,...

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To Be Successful…

To Be Successful…


Posted By on Jan 10, 2019

To be successful in the world, we need to have clearly defined goals. Clearly defined goals are clarity and clarity is your fuel for success. The “S”,  specifically knowing who you are, what you want to accomplish in our relationships, work, and with ourselves. When you know “specifically” what it is that you are and what it is that you want to be, the more likely your behavior will change to match those behaviors allowing...

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Detachment for Desires

Detachment for Desires


Posted By on Jan 8, 2019

Feeling like a leader sometimes means detachment from the things and praise you desire and allow them to flow to you by supporting those around you. ~ G E Daniels Trust the process?

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The Number One Way to Reduce TurnoverFEEDBACK! The reason why most employees leave their job is the lack of consistent and sincere feedback. As the Leader; you control turnover. The third level of the Maslow Hierarchy of Needs may explain why feedback is critical to reducing turnover in your organization.  Human needs to have a feeling of belongingness. A human must feel that they are part of a team, they want to fit in and have their...

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