Leadership Blog – L is for Loyalty

Does company loyalty exist anymore? The definition of company loyalty has certainly changed over the years. Gone are the days when an employee would stay with one company for thirty years, especially since that’s what employers valued back then. Even staying with one company for ten years is becoming a thing of the past. Now … Read more

Leadership Blog – C is for Catalyst, Change, and Communication

Most definitions for catalyst describe a chemical reaction, but it also means “a person or thing that precipitates an event or change”.  A leader not only has to suggest changes to move an organization forward, but also has to have a solid plan to not only execute these changes, but to communicate them effectively so … Read more