Coaching & Mentoring

Are You Bike-Shedding Your Feedback?

Bike-shedding refers to the act of spending lots of time on unimportant details while leaving crucial matters unattended. The term traces back to 1955 article in The Economist by C. Northcote Parkinson, a British naval historian and author. “Parkinson’s Law…

3 Reasons Your Coaching Strategy Isn’t Working

Coaching strategies that aren’t personalized to individual employees will likely fail. So coaching must be flexible, with every employee having the opportunity to advance their skills and knowledge. The best way to personalize coaching strategies is by providing a one-on-one…

What Are Doing About Your “Workplace Prisoners”?

Recognize This! – Motivating employees requires more than compensation, which can create “prisoners.” Instead, companies need to emphasize a richer employee experience. There is an interesting “iceberg” effect when it comes to employee motivation. Company leadership tends to focus on…

How to Start a Successful Mentoring Program

Across the business spectrum, all companies strive to improve employee onboarding and performance while achieving business goals. One way to achieve this is through implementing a mentorship program. These kinds of programs, when successful, can boost employee satisfaction, increase employee…