Blog

5 Steps For Beating Impostor Syndrome as a Public Speaker

Check any poll taken with regard to fear, and public speaking holds the distinct honor of being number one. Having to speak with authority on any given topic — even one you’re familiar with — in front of a room full of people can be frightening. There’s even an... read more

Chaos Is Not a Viable Leadership Style

Some of the greatest leaders have been known to rule with a certain eccentricity. Think of CEO Richard Branson of Virgin Group or Ariana Huffington from The Huffington Post. Eccentricity can bring about business growth through unorthodox strategy and vision. But... read more

Is Your Credit Union’s Strategy Due for an Adjustment?

If you’ve ever required the services of a chiropractor, you understand the importance of proper alignment. It doesn’t matter how strong you are or how fit you may be, when your back or neck is out, it impacts every move you make. Your spine may have all the right... read more

Bridging The Generation Gap

One of the most frustrating things about workplace communication is bridging the gap between generations. Skip Prichard, CEO of OCLC writes, “Many people who write me express frustration about dealing with a different generation. Often the emails I receive are full of... read more

Why These 4 Work Styles Matter To Your Organization

Understanding employee work styles is critical to the success of any business. Stephanie Vozza at Fast Company posits there are four work styles that most American workers fall under: Pioneers, Guardians, Drivers, Integrators. Knowing what motivates these workers and... read more

Join The Conversation    

Know someone who would find this interesting? Share it now!Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInBuffer this pageEmail this to someone