I've decided to write a series of articles that help explain how finance leaders can develop high performing teams using the NASA 4D Leadership model. These articles intend to give finance leaders and professionals some useful thoughts on how to apply these learnings to their own organizations. The 4D TDA (team development assessment) is a [...]
About email@example.comThis author has not yet filled in any details.
So far firstname.lastname@example.org has created 5 blog entries.
I’ve been guilty of it, buying into the negative Millennial stereotype. I’m proud to have worked through the issue by adopting a learning mindset. We inherently have two choices; we can fester and rot or learn and grow. I suggest the latter. Stereotype: Millennials are lazy, always trying to take short cuts! If [...]
You’re like a Business Buddha? Last week while I was enjoying a game of golf with a friend in the education field he asked me more about our company. When I explained a few of our key offers, Marty paused and asked, “so you’re like a Business Buddha"? I laughed at first and before [...]
Coaching isn't for Executives anymore, Coaching is for All. I’m amazed every day. On the positive side, I’m amazed of the feedback we are getting from our clients that we’ve coached. We are making a sustainable impact and are thrilled to know we’ve made a difference in people’s lives. The depth of the impact of [...]
Onboarding Coaching, for Forward-Thinking Leaders We all remember the varying levels of pain associated with joining a new organization. You can continue on with the traditional natural ramp-up time, or you can be forward thinking and support your new hires as they address the following questions: “I’m replacing a popular leader; how do I [...]