Know Your Baby Boomers

More insights on leading a multigenerational workforce It’s complicated… somewhat, at least. We face a challenge that is new to everybody: a truly multigenerational workplace. How should we operate in such an environment? How can I be most effective as a leader and create productive results? Find out about the boomers…. It’s important to recognize […]

The Missing Piece in the Project Manager

Any project manager has a tough job to satisfy all stakeholders involved! Project managers have specific targets to reach, which are traditionally defined in financial terms as well as a strict time line. Certified project managers are well trained and often experts in different project planning methods, scheduling structures and project management tools. However, the results […]

Authority and Power

A frequently asked question from my clients is: “How can I get people to honestly contribute to my project, although they do not report to me?” There is a sense of feeling powerless due to perceived lack of formal authority to demand action. Have you ever been in that situation? Actually, this scenario leads initially to more […]

How to have successful meetings?

Have you ever disliked going into a meeting? Highly likely, right? How come? What is the problem with meetings? Are they typically too long? Are they poorly organized Are there too many unproductive arguments between the participants? Are the same people always hijacking the discussion? Are they often getting off track from the topic discussed? […]

Leadership and Compassion – a powerful combination

Compassion is a fundamental pillar for highly effective leadership, however, it may not always enjoy the level of importance it deserves! Let’s explore some basics and the related implications…. What is compassion in practical terms? I found an appealing explanation of the term compassion at the “Greater Good” website and they state it as the […]