People who listen intensely for long stretches of time without breaks often experience listener fatigue and burnout. These people find it difficult to focus and stay engaged at work and at home. Click below to learn more about this issue and how to address it.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars are invested to help â€œfixâ€ the bad behavior of leaders and managers each year. However, unless the person in question sees the need and is willing to change his or her behavior, the investment is a waste of company resources. Click below to learn about steps to take when making these decisions.
When leaders fail to listen to employees, they put their companies at risk of missing out on new ideas, losing both their customers and their best people and earning a reputation as an unattractive place to work. It is estimated that as many as 40% of current employees would leave for a â€œbetterâ€ environment if a position became available. Click below for information on better listening in the workplace.
If you have a major initiative or project, it’s a good bet that there is unanticipated work beneath the surface that will add substantially to the schedule and resources it will take. If your team is stretched at the beginning of a new project, it will most likely become worse as things progress. Click below for more information on setting and acting on strategic priorities.
Feminine values drive broad business benefits and create lasting mutually beneficial relationships with customers and communities. Successful businesses foster environments for cooperation, communication, nurturing and inclusiveness while assuring tough decisions are made and people are accountable for results. Click below to learn more about “Athena Style” Leadership.