The 4 phases of a change management execution strategy

The new reality consists of everlasting change.  We change our behavior, change our relationships, and work relationships. There are endless changes in companies’ strategies, processes are re-assessed and changed, structures are redesigned, etc.  Leaders talk more often about change.  And this change has become the new reality for employees in the workplace.  But still, many … Continue reading The 4 phases of a change management execution strategy

5 ways to overcome the talent shortage in your area

The world is changing. Bust still, some groups of people do not change and stick to the best-known old approach. In such a situation we have people on the market who are not ready to face the challenges leaders want to solve and leaders, who are not ready to compromise with the skills they need.  … Continue reading 5 ways to overcome the talent shortage in your area

11 qualities of the successful modern leader

While the 20th century was called the management century, the current century is the leadership century. Everyone talks about leadership.  Many experts offer pieces of training, support, coaching, and whatever we think we need to become the best representation of our internal leadership presence.  A 2019 Gallup research has indicated that in 2018 there were … Continue reading 11 qualities of the successful modern leader

THE JOURNEY OF UNCERTAINTY OR HOW TO LEARN TO WORK AFTER A CRISIS

In 2020 we faced a big challenge.  Pandemic with so huge impact that most of the companies weren’t sure if they are going to survive.  Businesses closed, the unemployment rate has grown up, people became more distant, governments restricted some of the usual social activities for long periods.   Science has become the new hit.  Known … Continue reading THE JOURNEY OF UNCERTAINTY OR HOW TO LEARN TO WORK AFTER A CRISIS

5 recommendations to help you sustain high engagement and accountability in your team

“The best employees are those who are highly engaged” (Peter Drucker) “The most productive employees are not those – highly  engaged,  but highly  accountable to the work  they  do” (Erick  Jameson -  HBR Author of articles) Have you seen these two mantras? They have different forms but are present in every company.  Even if you … Continue reading 5 recommendations to help you sustain high engagement and accountability in your team

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

How to create a negative attitude toward your company – animal skills for “senior leaders”

Today most large companies have a close relationship with talent identification organizations. Companies give these organizations projects, just to become a hated employer, because of some miscommunication in the processes they execute together with these partners.  I will shortly talk here on something crucial but still overlooked, because of ego or inconvenience, from most senior … Continue reading How to create a negative attitude toward your company – animal skills for “senior leaders”

A simple strategy to deal with passive-aggressive people at work

We have all seen passive-aggressive people.  This group is often represented by people who, on the surface, look calm and understanding, but below that surface look like a lava river. The difficulty with passive and passive-aggressive people is that there is no channel for communication built between them and you.  With openly aggressive people you … Continue reading A simple strategy to deal with passive-aggressive people at work

The 8 principles a disruptive leader follows for success

Disruptive leadership is a widely discussed topic in the last several years.  Companies and leaders move from traditionally established ways to lead to more flexible approaches.  Mistakes have been transformed from something negative in people's experience to a good basis for growth and development.  People are now free to make mistakes and learn from these … Continue reading The 8 principles a disruptive leader follows for success