Featured Leadership Development Articles & Insights
The Flipped Classroom Model & Why It’s Important in Long-Term Success by Patrick Bosworth Are You Dooming your Employee Development to Failure? The Flipped Classroom Model & Why it’s Important in Long-Term Success More and more...read more
While studies show most HR professionals and executives are dissatisfied with their current performance management system, the solution may not be as simple as eliminating performance reviews.read more
While studies show most HR professionals and executives are dissatisfied with their current performance management system, the solution may not be as simple as eliminating performance reviews.
by Patrick Bosworth If you've ever been sucked into a conversation about compensation—yours or anyone else's—you've probably heard the seemingly never-ending debate around what motivates people most. While there are many ways of rewarding good...
by Patrick Bosworth Even an outstanding team of engineers, computer programmers, developers, or systems designers will only be as effective as their leader allows them to be. After nearly two decades of experience working alongside brilliant (and...read more
We have repeatedly heard that good leaders out-produce their less able peers by 20-50 percent in profitability, productivity, employee engagement, customer engagement, and employee retention.
We sought to study if and how good leadership can be created within organizations.
by Patrick Bosworth Organizations understanding that each team member has a different communication pattern and that each of these communication patterns is "good" are primed for success. You can't conduct business without words. That's not a...read more
by Dave Boizelle Individuals learn leadership lessons in the unique and personal ways, often at unpredictable times. I was facilitating a high potential leadership team program when one of the participants interrupted me and blurted out, “I get it! I...read more
by Dave Boizelle Delegating is a necessity in today’s fast-paced, multitasking work environments. In fact, in a recent Gallup study about delegation and leader talent profiles, researchers found that organizations run by CEOs with high delegator talent...read more
by Dave Boizelle Earlier this year I worked with an organization that wanted to create a culture of employee development. This was a big change from the way they historically developed their staff. Their culture at the time was very operationally...read more
Make Sure Your Talent Development Factory Is Producing Pilots, Not Drones Make Sure Your Talent Development Factory Is Producing Pilots, Not Drones Brett Walker, President of Leadership Choice, recently published this article on TrainingIndustry.com....read more
Is Communication Training Worth the Investment? The Truth Behind the ROI Of Team Communication Workshops You can't conduct business without words. That's not a miraculous discovery--we've known communication is important to business for centuries. We know that when we...read more
by Patrick Bosworth Whether your 2017 business goals include increasing your revenue or sales and making your team more efficient, or delegating more responsibilities and opening up more time to grow your company, chances are your organization will be...read more
by Brett Walker Are Your Leaders Part of the 10%? Try this at work: Round up any 10 managers (in your mind, the company break room or wherever they gather). Can you pick the single naturally high-talent one from the group? You heard correctly – just...read more
by Patrick Bosworth Strike the phrase "constructive criticism" from your vocabulary. Replace it with one of a great leader's most important skills: "Performance Coaching." "Performance Coaching" is the industry term for the strategic communication,...read more
by Patrick Bosworth A leadership profile designates the attributes a leader within your company should have. It becomes not only the checklist used during the hiring or promotion process, but is also used to evaluate current leaders and to predict...read more
by Patrick Bosworth As a father, if my son tried to use the, “Dad, video games develop my leadership skills!” line on me, I wouldn’t fall for it. Not in a million years. Because I’m an experienced father who can see a teenager’s excuses and...read more
by Dave Boizelle The secret of leader-led development and how to make it work for your organization For a lot of companies, training and development has become that one week out of the year where employees disappear for a day or two to learn a few new...read more
by Patrick Bosworth Choose the Right Virtual Management Training Company Business efficiency is all about maximizing team performance while minimizing business costs. With that goal in mind, it’s no wonder so many companies are making the switch to...read more
by Patrick Bosworth Why you Have the Wrong Idea About Delegating Leaders should focus on delegation as a means for developing their team, engaging members in long-term company success, achieving more loyalty and effectiveness, and increasing overall...read more
by Patrick Bosworth Patrick Bosworth, CEO and Founder of Leadership Choice, recently published this article in CEO World Magazine. The original article can be found here. There’s a universal feeling of anxiety when it comes to hiring or promoting new...read more
by Patrick Bosworth We All Make Mistakes After nearly a decade of coaching leaders who have experienced great success but also blundered, bobbled, and blown it at times, I've found their greatest growth has come from spotting easily made mistakes that...read more
by Patrick Bosworth Is there a difference between directing and coaching? Many management development approaches fail to distinguish between the two, or suggest that there are only minor differences between the two leadership styles. However,...read more
Podcast: 8 Things You Should Know About Pilots, Leaders, And The Management Death Zone Recently, our president and founder, Patrick Bosworth, spoke with Todd Nordstrom of O.C. Tanner about pilots, new leaders, the Management Death Zone, and what...read more