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The Orange Leadership Style

Let’s talk about the Orange Leadership Style in this post. Also, if you not sure what in the world I’m talking about with True Colors, click here. The Orange temperament (#personalitytypes) tends to be flexible, easy-going and naturally open to change. They are rarely bogged down…

The Green Leadership Style
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A Gold Temperament Manager

Are you ready to learn about the manager with the Gold Temperament? Wait!  If you not sure what in the world I’m talking about with True Colors, click here. Did you catch my previous blog post about the easy-going, peaceful Blue temperament and it’s implications on leadership?…

Dressing inappropriately for job interview

Dressing inappropriately for job interview

Dressing inappropriately for a job interview should not be a  fatal career mishap. I felt so badly.  I almost couldn’t rebound from that lurking, heavy, dark sense of regret. It was like a gray cloud looming over my training and I couldn’t seem to shake…

Email Etiquette Tips for Managers

Email Etiquette Tips for Managers

Todays topic: Email Etiquette Tips for Managers Have you ever been completely awe struck by a rude, silly or insensitive email? I have! I can believe how ignorant (or insensitive) some managers email communications can be. I’ve met and encountered several leaders who desperately need…

Team Maintenance in the workplace

Team maintenance in the workplace – Kansas City Workshops

I think team maintenance is more important than team building.  Team maintenance in the workplace is often overlooked as the part of the team growth process.  It’s all about team-building, but what happens after the team has built the initial connection (or re-connection)? Team maintenance…