“Am I living to work or working to live?” The temporary halt that the coronavirus brought has reopened doors regarding worklife after Covid. It also opened opportunities for people to know themselves better, to identify their desires and passions, and to seriously think about how they want their lives to look in a [...]
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Jake Manuel Marketing Project Manager May 27, 2021 Develop Managers to Cultivate a High Performing Team Managers - they have been around since time began to, well, manage. But what does that word “managing” really imply? Does it mean simply ordering people [...]
Take a moment to answer these questions: Do you ask for help when you need it, or do you prefer to be left alone? Do you gladly accept feedback, or do you hold grudges when others express their opinion? Do you attack the problem and not the person when conflicts arise, or do [...]
Jake Manuel Marketing Project Manager January 8, 2021 How to Have More Conversations at Work that Count When do you usually see your employees? Is it only during that time for performance appraisal where your employees get to hear your thoughts about [...]
Jake Manuel Marketing Project Manager November 18, 2020 How to Ask Powerful Questions “Any update on the project?” “When will you get it fixed?” “When will you get it done?” These are some of the questions that managers often ask their employees. [...]
3 Essential Coaching Skills for Managers and Leaders Before we begin talking about effective coaching skills for managers, let me share this notable true story about the man on his horse on one rainy day during the American Revolution. “This man rode up to a group of soldiers trying to raise a beam to [...]
Great and successful athletes do not become focused, powerful, and adaptable overnight. They work hard, commit to disciplining themselves, and are humble enough to admit they need the help of others -- like a coach -- to continue growing and thriving and reaching their full potential. I'm a successful executive; why do I [...]