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Do you think that you don’t need assertiveness tips in your life? The fact that you’re reading this probably indicates otherwise. Assertiveness, like any other business skill, can be learned, practiced and mastered. But maybe you need convincing first? Try this scenario: You’re buried at work. And your boss keeps giving you added responsibilities and new projects. On the one hand, it’s great that she’s…


It’s a problem in almost every organization. You hire, train and develop outstanding employees, but then they bolt for a new job with another organization seemingly at the drop of a hat. Why is it so hard to retain good employees in today’s marketplace? Part of the problem is because great employees don’t need very much care and maintenance to do their jobs. They’re high-performing…


People constantly say things like, “I’m so unmotivated,” or “I’m just not a motivated person,” making it almost an explanation for their inaction. They turn it into almost a birth defect, like they can’t help being the way they are. Drawing a connection like this would certainly be handy. But, self-motivation has a deeper connection to the goals you’ve set and how much you want to…


Delegating is an important part of being a manager. But, it can be tricky if you aren’t able to let it go. Most employees can’t stand it when you hand them something to do and hover nearby to see how it’s going. But, in your mind, you’re doing the right thing. After all, what if the employee fails to do it right?  You’re pretty sure…