During these unprecedented and trying times, as we all work to make sense of the changes caused by COVID-19, leaders are faced with a distinctive challenge – they must lead their people to deliver performance goals and simultaneously manage the concerns and uncertainty resulting from this pandemic. I would like to offer a perspective from… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Change
For many of us the new year started with a nobel resolution. Because of that, we thought of sharing with you a very interesting blog by one of our friends, Eileen Pease. In this article, Eileen, whose practice is helping individuals with a focus on personal effectiveness, brings to light a few practical tools that can… Read more »
January 4th, 2019. Our first week in the office. A perfect time to be grateful for what 2018 brought to our lives and reflect on what is coming in 2019. 2018 was a testimonial to the fact that we do live in the VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) world. You see it practically everywhere… Read more »
According to the Conference Board of Canada , the most enduring item listed in the challenges facing CEO’s is strategy execution (2008). The adage, “Dear CEO, when you get tired of telling the strategy storyline, you have reached three percent of your target population” appears to hold a kernel of truth. In this blog, we… Read more »
As a member of the Forbes Coaches Council, Edyta gets the opportunity to share her coaching and entrepreneurial expertise with readers. This month she shares the advice to “reward people for failing” in 15 Ways You Can Foster Change While Managing Employee Well-Being. Read the full article here. Please share your comments, we’d love to hear them.
Entering into the as-yet-unsullied space of a new year, we are surrounded by invitations to set goals, start new ventures, make big changes and generally transform our lives. Which all sounds great, until about the middle of January at which point we realize that we haven’t set ourselves up for success, and we’ve lapsed back… Read more »
When I first heard Phil LeNir, co-founder of our beloved CoachingOurselves methodology, talk about Collective Leadership I was transported straight to my life in Poland, where the term was used by the Politburo. So, you can imagine, my emotional reaction to the term was less than lukewarm. But when I heard Phil explain the term… Read more »
“Culture eats strategy for lunch.” – Peter Drucker Organizational culture is a term that widely receives attention, yet one that may not be completely understood by many. This blog addresses the much talked about idea of culture and explains what culture is to organizations. It will help you start to think about your organization’s culture,… Read more »
At MarchFifteen we continuously keep on top of our clients’ business needs, listening to what is both said and not said. Well, we have heard you, and naturally we are expanding our services to now include Sales Assessment and Development, led by our new Strategic Partner, Michael Ehling. Michael’s sales and coaching expertise in large… Read more »
We are very pleased to share with you this week a guest blog post from Peter Aceto, the President and CEO of ING DIRECT Canada. Peter publishes a bi-monthly blog called Direct Talk with Peter Aceto blog.ingdirect.ca. He writes about Leadership, Management, Corporate Culture, Innovation and Customer Service. Follow Peter on Twitter @CEO_INGDIRECT We hope you will find it as refreshing and provocative as we did. Let us know what you think.