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Transitioning into a management position requires a shift in priorities, where relationship building and communication become central. It’s not always easy to make this transition, especially if one’s technical skill set is something he values highly; but, as with any shift in responsibilities, guiding principles can be derived from the organization’s values and goals – translated into behaviors within a job description that contribute to organizational success. BUT, what happens when these values and goals are either not clearly communicated, or not consistently followed by every stakeholder? Organizational trust is a major vital sign of any organization, and needs to, Read More

Open Door Leadership A Radically Simple Approach to Lift People, Profits, and Performance Wednesday, October 9, 2013 11 am – 12 pm ET Presented by Bill Treasurer Leadership. It’s one of the most overanalyzed, meticulously dissected, and utterly confused topics in business. With unrealistic and overly complicated expectations being placed on today’s leaders, it’s no wonder why some people choose to opt out of the chance to lead altogether. So that’s why it’s time – time to lighten the leadership load and get back to what’s most essential about leading others. Simply put, true leaders open the doors of opportunity for, Read More

A post from author and leadership expert Bill Treasurer. Leadership is the most over analyzed, thoroughly dissected, and utterly confused topic in business. Just think of the expectations that we have of leaders, and the definitions that we want them to live up to. We expect leaders to be bold and calculated, flexible and principled, tactical and strategic, competitive and cooperative, etc. We want leaders to be everything. Of course it is possible to be all of those diametrically opposite things…if you’re God! By holding unrealistic and unattainable expectations of our leaders, we’ve made the concept of leadership unattractive, causing, Read More

HRDQ Facilitator Sets are the core of every training program.  They bring self-assessments to life, provide the opportunity for experiential learning, and function as renewable resources for any trainer (certified or not) in your organization. When you purchase a Facilitator Set, you’re getting: A model for effective soft-skills behaviors – something to measure against, and to aim at, going forward. All the research and history behind that model – how we know it works, and why it’s worth your time. The structure and content for a complete and engaging workshop (including a PowerPoint presentation) that gives participants a memorable experience, Read More

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