Being the “newbie” at anything is challenging. Whether it is a new job, a new relationship, or being a new parent – the task can be daunting. That's when the mentor, the coach, the leader, the manager is so valuable!Who are some of the key mentors in your career – those who have both encouraged as well as challenged you?
Who are the key leaders, managers, coaches, and mentors who invested in your leadership development when you were still an "emerging leader" - still rough around the edges?What sage words were deeply imprinted into your heart or head, even though it may have happened decades ago?Today, I pay tribute to one of these people. Janie Jasin, author, speaker, coach, mentor, and dear friend, deserves my deepest gratitude.
Thanks to the front runners in endorsing Millennials Matter as one of the best how-to leadership resources on managing and motivating Millennials leaders.Let's start with "Teddy Roosevelt." In our discussion, he stated that it's important to have people of virtue and character on your team.
The importance of engaging talented next-gen leaders continues to gain momentum as more and more leaders catch the Millennials Matter movement.What are proactive leaders doing as they prepare to meet the workplace demands of the new decade?
Any rookie salesperson will tell you that the world of sales can be cold and hard. Well, even seasoned professionals will confess the same.Throughout my career, I have been extremely fortunate to have coaches and mentors who invited me to grow and challenged me to be my best. I owe a debt of gratitude to each and every one of them.I also collaborate with many exceptional sales leaders who are doing the same for the up-and-coming leaders in their lives. Here’s a sampling of some of the people who are still inspiring my professional and personal journey. They share my passion to build, energize, and equip next-gen leaders for the future…