leadership

What Our Young People’s Response to the Latest Mass Shooting Is Teaching Us About Our Future Workforce

Wow! It is inspiring to see the uproar of activism from our children in response to the latest school shooting, yet embarrassing that this younger generation feels that they need to take action because we cannot. As survivor David Hogg reminds us all, “We’re children. You guys are the adults. You need to take some action [...]

What Our Young People’s Response to the Latest Mass Shooting Is Teaching Us About Our Future Workforce2018-02-28T01:00:28+00:00

How to build a Training Culture that develops skills, stimulates thinking, and improves performance.

SGEi is a training and communications company that works with companies across multiple industries and in over 30 countries around the world. Our team designs and delivers customized learning experiences at all levels of an organization. As a result of our experience, we wish to offer some advice when developing your own comprehensive internal training [...]

How to build a Training Culture that develops skills, stimulates thinking, and improves performance.2017-09-12T09:30:58+00:00

Change – It is Not Just Something for Everyone Else

Welcome to the final edition of our Culture Hacker blog series. We have covered many important mechanisms and ideas that help managers become successful in their efforts to reprogram their company culture and employee experience. In this blog, we want to highlight one important element that allows managers to successfully refresh and evolve a culture, [...]

Change – It is Not Just Something for Everyone Else2017-08-29T09:45:55+00:00

Leadership: What it takes to inspire your teams to ‘want’

Welcome back to the Culture Hacker blog series on how to reprogram your company culture and improve the employee experience. We will now talk about one of the most important mechanisms in how employees feel about coming to work, leadership. Research tells us that poor leadership results in numerous issues including poor morale, increased stress, [...]

Leadership: What it takes to inspire your teams to ‘want’2017-08-22T11:30:48+00:00

Change: It’s Not Just Something Everyone Else Does

Welcome to the final edition of the Culture Hacker blog series. We have covered all the mechanisms and ideas that help managers to become successful Culture Hackers and leaders as they reprogram company code and employee engagement. In this final blog, and as we get started on our 2017, let’s highlight one important element that [...]

Change: It’s Not Just Something Everyone Else Does2017-01-12T17:01:33+00:00

Leadership – How Managers Really Inspire Their People to Want

Welcome back to the Culture Hacker blog series on how to reprogram the company code and employee engagement. Please catch up on my previous blogs, because they introduce, discuss, and provide insights into how to refresh and evolve a culture by looking at the different mechanisms that impact the mindset and attitude of the staff. [...]

Leadership – How Managers Really Inspire Their People to Want2016-10-27T04:43:01+00:00

Passion, Effort and Expertise

As we begin 2015, we at SGEi, like many of you, are taking a few moments (okay more than a few) defining what success will look like for the New Year. While, I will not bore you with our goals, I did want to take a few moments to talk about what will ensure our [...]

Passion, Effort and Expertise2015-01-12T17:47:46+00:00

The Leader of One

Before a manager can make a difference with others – and make them deliver a desired experience to customers – he must first learn to lead himself. If you can’t lead yourself, then how can you expect to inspire others? I believe this is why there are so many would-be leaders and so few actual [...]

The Leader of One2014-04-18T18:46:22+00:00

Leadership by Collaboration

Leaders collaborate—it’s the only way they will get everything that is needed done. Yet, many managers isolate themselves, or surround themselves with the same type of people who come to the same conclusions. As a leader, you must know your strengths and weaknesses; build on your strengths and surround yourself with people who have the [...]

Leadership by Collaboration2014-04-18T18:36:42+00:00

Earnest Leadership

Being honest with yourself and allowing others to be honest with you is an important aspect of being a leader. If you are not honest about your own strengths and weaknesses, then how can you expect to develop the respect and trust of others? As Socrates wrote, “The unexamined life is not worth living.” Credit: [...]

Earnest Leadership2014-04-18T18:30:20+00:00
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