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4 steps to help you lead a virtual team

Virtual teams have become the norm for many companies today.  According to an Inc.com article, 31% of the people globally work in remote teams.  These people are often lead by someone positioned physically in one country, but having to deal with members of the team in several other countries.  Sometimes teams are organized by regions … Continue reading 4 steps to help you lead a virtual team

How to use The Empathy Telescope to grant your success

There are many leaders today who start their leadership path just to understand that inspirational leaders are not so easy to be built. These same people, hoping to become like their idols often fall in the trap of not having it all what it takes to become the greatest and most inspirational persons in their … Continue reading How to use The Empathy Telescope to grant your success

3 skills to help you better structure your day and challenges as a leader

We live in a fast-paced world.  People everywhere move from task to task within hours and even minutes.  Stress grows every day.  The cases of people who die after a burnout rise ever year (According to  APA in 2018  in the US 68 000 people have lost life after burn out). In this fast-paced world, leaders … Continue reading 3 skills to help you better structure your day and challenges as a leader

Your toxic low performer and how to deal with it

Suddenly  I have received a call from a friend of mine who asked me to help him with firing a low performer.  Because here in  Bulgaria legislation is mostly oriented to the employee and protects employees toward most of the employers' needs and understandings I asked carefully if he wants to go that way.  The … Continue reading Your toxic low performer and how to deal with it

The Fixed mindset people – why you need them in your team to be successful

We all have heard that the environment around us is changing rapidly every day. Another mantra that overwhelms us is that this change can be done with people who are flexible to the changes,  with adaptive thinking and ready to constantly learn new things. These people are often called people with a growth  mindset, talents,  … Continue reading The Fixed mindset people – why you need them in your team to be successful

The leadership role as an example of how to stop presenting yourself

Recently  I have got trough an announcement of a senior leader in the IoT development company.  He looked very happy to announce an anniversary at the company. Nothing wrong here you will say, and I also thought the same way. Until  I have checked the company on the internet.  It came that the anniversary is … Continue reading The leadership role as an example of how to stop presenting yourself

The overpromising senior leader and the mission impossible project – 5 steps to ensure real results for every project

One of the topics that have been overlooked is the one for the leader who gives promises, just to break them down after a while. There is a lot written on the topic of the leadership,  but very few of what is written is about this behavior and how to deal with it. Imagine(or not) … Continue reading The overpromising senior leader and the mission impossible project – 5 steps to ensure real results for every project

7 simple rules to make your day more productive

A topic I often hear to be discussed these days is how many things people are not able to finish within the deadlines set.  People struggle with deadlines at work, with deadlines in their personal life, with promises they make to relatives, close friends, and families. And still, after all these struggles, most of them … Continue reading 7 simple rules to make your day more productive

Innovation seen as small steps

We all tend to talk about innovation.  It is almost obligatory to have this word in your dictionary today.  People who don’t talk on changes and growth are often claimed to be reactive,  passive,  etc.  And still, after so many discussions on the topic of innovation, still many companies and leaders can’t explain what they … Continue reading Innovation seen as small steps

The Penguins and the Whale – 4 rules to build a successful and winning team

Teamwork is a term used so often today,  that it has become a narrative for every company.  Leaders,  employees HR’s,  coaches,  trainers, talk so much about teamwork and still 34% of the employees leaving companies(according to an HBR survey from 2018) share that the main reason to leave the company has been the lack of … Continue reading The Penguins and the Whale – 4 rules to build a successful and winning team