Posts by Denis Coleman

Lead With Clarity, Not Confusion

It’s not difficult to lead your team to confusion—dropping the ball with one-on-one conversations, too much or lack of delegation, weak consistency, unwillingness to compromise, constant vision change, unsatisfying goals… ect. There’s a lot resting on a manager’s shoulders to bring to the table. Jim Collins speaks this truth, “We tend to think that what matters is having outstanding leadership […]

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Recovering From Workplace Mishaps

No matter who you are, where you’ve been, or how many career changes you’ve had… there will come a time when you will dig yourself into a hole and you’ll be looking up at the people you’ve disappointed. But good news… you’ll live! Bad decisions happen—most can be avoided by wisdom and years experience, but sometimes you look back and […]

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Don’t Just Be a Boss, Be a Leader

If you are reading this article, you are most likely the head of your department or business. Your title reads Manager, Director, President or any other ego-building designation. You are official. You are “The Boss”. Here is the problem in today’s business world: so many people believe that their title says it all, and that they can just sit back, […]

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5 Things A Manager Should Hold On To

You can read articles that tell you what you, as a manager, should just let go of and have other people delegate. We want to pitch you a curve ball today and talk about YOUR specific duties to keep to yourself—sometimes, you shouldn’t let someone on your team touch these responsibilities. It’s okay to play it safe on these big […]

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How to Set Performance Metrics

  Our ebook “How to Set a Performance Goal” is now available to download for free. This blog post is a preview of what y0u can expect from the ebook.   “These measurements provide objective evidence of goal achievement – or progress towards it.”   Performance metrics are simply measures of an organization’s activities and how well they function. These […]

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