Monthly Archives: December 2012

Employee Development: A Hands on Approach

In the shadow of the great recession companies now more than ever are challenged to increase shareholder returns. This primary function of management was never easy but today it is even more challenging. One resource that is often talked about

Posted in continuous improvement, leadership, organizational development, Special Topic Questions

If you were an animal which one would you be?

Don’t you just love this question? I have used it when opening an activity for a group and needed an icebreaker to help people to loosen up. Works pretty well. What amazes me is that there are managers asking this

Posted in Behavioral interviewing, Hiring talent, leadership development, Leadership Roles and Responsibilities

Are Leaders Born or Made? Really! That question again….

Number one question received on Developing Leaders website? Are leaders born or made? Answer Yes :) Some people are born with traits that enable them to lead naturally and do so with ease. Most of us have the ability to

Posted in born vs. made, Leader Attributes, leadership, leadership development, Leadership development Questions, Leadership Training, New Leader Training
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