The F Word for Bad Bosses

  April 1, 2016

Effective Feedback can lead to happier employees “50% Who don’t feel valued by their boss plan to look for another job in the next year” (Source: OfficeVibe) Let’s talk about feedback. You don’t need to be a “bad boss” to shudder at the thought of giving negative feedback to an employee. Take a moment and … Continued

The Agility Shift

  February 1, 2016

Statistic: Organizations that display agility generate 30% higher profits than non-agile companies. www.pamela-meyer.com  The Agility Shift  After attending the October 2015 Chicago SHRM full-day conference, I spent some time reflecting about one of the topics in particular, “agility”. One of my favorite speakers, Dr. Pamela Meyer, spoke about the importance of organizations and leaders becoming more … Continued

10 years!

  January 1, 2016

HELLO LOYAL READERS AND NEW SUBSCRIBERS, 10 years! With gratitude, a humble heart and a decade of incredible clients—our business has been completely transformed. 2016 is not only welcoming our 10th year of business, but the relaunch of our monthly newsletter. We hope to inspire you and give you content that will allow you and … Continued

Are you like the world’s top 200 companies? We bet you are.

  March 1, 2015

Recently I read in INC magazine that the world’s top 200 companies lose 10% of their annual profits to managing complexity. Not overcoming, but managing. This doesn’t surprise us here at Success Trek. It’s not just the top 200 companies that struggle with this. It is one of the most common reasons organizations turn to … Continued

Accountability or abuse of power?

  February 1, 2015

Is it the lack of accountability or a leader’s self-assigned entitlement of power that disrupts a company business model? Opinions and criticisms are tweeted, posted, and rehashed at the speed of light on this topic. Despite the new layer of social transparency, the abuse of power seems to over shadow accountability more than ever. Great … Continued

Before you start making changes, find a champion!

  January 1, 2015

For most of us, a new year comes with plans to make improvements in our life. It’s not just something individuals do. Often organizations and businesses see the New Year as a great time to introduce changes, new initiatives or rework plans that may have stalled. Regardless of what time of year it is, many … Continued