June 22nd, 2018

In part three of our series on organizational health we explore the need to communicate the clarity we defined in part two by communicating that clarity repetitiously. If the core messages relaying the priorities of an organization are not communicated repeatedly, the message will be quickly lost and forgotten. How many times have you attended a company town hall meeting given by the CEO where s/he reviews a presentation explaining the organization’s direction, priorities, timelines,…

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April 16th, 2018

In part two of our series on organizational health, we will examine the importance of leadership teams communicating with clarity to their organizations. The importance of this cannot be overstated. In fact, until organizations can master this, those company mission and vision statements are simply words on a wall with little meaning.Communicating with clarity requires leadership teams to go back to the basics. What I mean by this is returning to those simple but critical questions…

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January 8th, 2018

When was the last time your company received an organizational health checkup? No need to? better think again…. chances are, it could be suffering from the “organizational flu” and your leadership team doesn’t even know it. If you ask your leaders what the issues are what will they tell you? Poor communication? Poor decision making? Trying to do too much too fast or with too little? What is it about poor organizational health and leadership that results in companies missing the problem…

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September 29th, 2016

Being an IT project manager today is more challenging than ever. After satisfying the basic requirements of having a currently active Project Management Professional (PMP) certification and at least five years’ experience with managing IT projects in areas such as infrastructure or application development, project managers are also expected to have technical experience in at least one of those areas. For those project managers that started their careers 20 years ago without…

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July 21st, 2016

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Everyone has an energetic makeup. What’s yours and how does it affect your thoughts, feelings, and decisions as a leader? Your energetic makeup is comprised of two types of energy: catabolic and anabolic. Catabolic energy is draining, resisting, and contracting energy. It releases catabolic chemicals like cortisol and adrenaline into our bodies, which eat away at our cells. Catabolic energy can give you an energetic boost during a moment of stress, however, it can also act as a filter…

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