Leadership Equals Responsibility

https://youtu.be/1zieeTrae7k “Many believe that leadership is a science; others believe that leadership is an art. While I don’t completely disagree, I am of the opinion that leadership encompasses a little bit of both and is culminated in full by a simple definition. Leadership equals responsibility” What do you deem the most important element of leadership?…

“RECOGNIZING EXCELLENCE IN ACTION”

Three organizations recently met to celebrate Hispanic Heritage month.   The Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Prince William Chamber of Commerce and the Virginia Chamber of Commerce.  It was a demonstration of team work and organizational collaboration where the focal point was to recognize excellence in leadership in conjunction with an outward display of cultural diversity…

UNDERSTANDING THE WHAT OF DECISION MAKING

UNDERSTANDING THE WHAT OF DECISION MAKING Adopted BY Jorge Gutierrez Based on RAC’s “Attribute Index™: Discovering and Developing Human Capital for Success!”  MAXIMIZE TALENT Today, business success is measured in HUMAN CAPITAL. The RIGHT talent for the job! –  Lack of job performance and related employee turnover result in missed business opportunities and increased costs. …

EXECUTIVE PROFILING THROUGH INDIVIDUAL ASSESSMENTS

Leadership assessments are valuable; 360s, however, present flaws with negative impact, to individuals and organizational performance, all because they focus on the past. The core issue to identify when considering assessments is to answer the following question with sufficient clarity: What really drives individual performance? Executive profiling through individual assessments can be a valuable approach…

“RACK’M AND STACK’M”

Microsoft Kills Its Hated Stack Rankings. Does Anyone Do Employee Reviews Right? Joshua Brustein  November 13, 2013 — 11:26 AM EST Stack and forced ranking models of evaluation are not necessarily bad models of evaluation.  When evaluating these models is easy to see the pitfalls much quicker than the benefits. The article by Joshua Brustein…

Communications

  When engaging in transactional communications, where a desired outcome is required, then the importance of comprehension is paramount, particularly when everyone involved in the process stand to mutually gain value, or benefit from the desired outcome.  Focusing on the listeners needs using the following technique will enhance the communications process and assist to increasing…