Start 2021 in a 90-Day World

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Organizations are overwhelmingly familiar with setting goals. Leaders set yearly ones, they’re created for specific projects, and they can be short or long term. They’re also applied to new employees, stand-out ones, and to those that need a little boost. They can even be SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and timely). While setting goals is proven to be a major factor in accomplishing them, many organizations fall short of achieving them because they are trying to do too many things at once. Continue reading Start 2021 in a 90-Day World

LFCC Workforce Solutions Talks Leadership Excellence on the Valley Today Radio Show

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We pre-recorded today’s conversation via Zoom with Guy Curtis, Director of Marketing for LFCC Workforce Solutions; Carlene Hurdle, Corporate Training Director, and Jay Foreman, an instructor for corporate training and the upcoming Leadership Excellence program. Jay is also a John C. Maxwell-certified trainer, coach, and best-selling author. Continue reading LFCC Workforce Solutions Talks Leadership Excellence on the Valley Today Radio Show

Preview of white paper: Resiliency, Adaptability, Communication: Three Essential Skills for the Leaders of Tomorrow

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Crisis tends to shine a light on effective leadership — or lack thereof — usually to the success or detriment of a corporation or organization. While many companies have embraced — and thrived in — the upheaval of doing business during the current pandemic, there are sadly many more crumbling under the pressure of these uncertain and rapidly changing times. Continue reading Preview of white paper: Resiliency, Adaptability, Communication: Three Essential Skills for the Leaders of Tomorrow

It’s Time to Rethink Professional Development

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Managers and human resources departments across the nation are swamped as organizations and businesses are beginning to reopen in phases as we enter our new norm. Even though we are still very much in a crisis, we (slowly, but surely) must begin to move forward. Continue reading It’s Time to Rethink Professional Development