Tag Archives: leadership

Creating Smooth Transitions In Life and At Work

Transitions in our personal and professional lives are inevitable, challenging, and stressful. Whether we are choosing to make a change – or if change is being thrust upon us – we can either resist or embrace the experience. When maximized and leveraged appropriately, transitions are… Continue reading

Our Wise Dog Can Help You Build a Great Leadership Culture

Having a great company culture translates into having a happy high-performance workforce. We believe that a company is only as good as its people, so having a solid productive culture is important. An underlying component of building a leadership culture is to determine the various… Continue reading

How Your Business Plan Can Communicate Your Vision

At Strategic People Solutions, we have been telling our clients that it is important to have a strategic business plan. Our planning model consists of a set of directions for moving the organization forward and focusing on the implementation process handled by the workforce. We’re… Continue reading

Maintaining Clear Thinking at Work

For many employees, today’s work pace is at full throttle.  With looming deadlines, seemingly inpatient clients, and over-scheduled assignment load, today’s workforce can easily become frustrated, fatigued, and experience job burnout.  Additionally, employees consume a barrage of emails, social media messages, news accounts and the… Continue reading

Sometimes the Right Business Strategy Requires You to Shoot for the Moon

When is the right time to make a change in your business strategy? Must all the stars be aligned? How will you know that it’s the right time? Well, we can take some advice from the ancient Greeks. They had some interesting ideas about time.… Continue reading

3 Simple Habits to Stop Worrying

Is it possible to control worrying? For some, the answer may be “Yes,” but for many others, controlling the tendency to worry is a constant challenge. We often worry about our work situations, financial conditions, or family events. We may worry about upcoming situations. So,… Continue reading

Self-confidence Boosts Workforce Success

Workers whose skill sets match well with the essential duties of the job they hold are more likely to have more self confidence and assurance than those individuals who feel inadequate in handling their job responsibilities. Why does this matter, or why should leaders take… Continue reading

4 Ways Leaders Inspire Positivity at Work

No one like a grumpy boss. It’s a real de-motivator and throws a wet blanket on the whole work atmosphere. Not to mention that a sour attitude increases workplace anxiety, frustration and stress. One of the important role of any leader is to influence the… Continue reading

Daring to Fail

Does curiosity really kill the cat? Yes, curiosity can get one into trouble if one has a proclivity to attend to other people’s business. The proverbial expression ‘curiosity killed the cat’, is usually used when attempting to stop someone asking unwanted questions. But, this advice… Continue reading

Five Ways We Measure Your Business Success

We  are often asked to review an existing company’s basic operations and services to see what improvements we might suggest to boost sales and generate higher profits.  We also look at the workplace culture to suggest ways to improve the work environment.  We developed this… Continue reading