Daniel Bobinski, M.Ed. is a best-selling author and a popular speaker at conferences and retreats. For more than 30 years he’s been working with teams and individuals (1:1 coaching) to help them achieve excellence. He was also teaching Emotional Intelligence since before it was a thing. Reach Daniel on his office phone, (208) 375-7606, or through his website, www.MyWorkplaceExcellence.com.
If we’re going to be productive, being industrious right out of the gate is great because it sets the tone for the entire day.
Displaying bad manners is never good for your reputation or your business, but when a vendor or client is rude, impolite, or discourteous, it can help you decide how – or if – you want to proceed with that relationship.
If you’ve ever read about why people quit their jobs, you know it rarely has to do with pay and almost always has to do with having a bad boss.
I believe it’s important for aspiring leaders to realize that leadership involves its own skill set and some very distinct characteristics.
To provide readers with more nuts and bolts of how to build a vibrant team, I decided to take a deeper dive into each of the factors. In this column, we’ll examine team leadership.