Category Archives: Guest Writer

Beginners Essential Guide to Executive Coaching

By | October 30, 2021

[October 30, 2021]  Executive coaching is a professional development activity that can be beneficial for both leaders and their employees. If you’re considering hiring an executive coach for your organization, you’ll want to learn more about what they do and how they can help. What is Executive Coaching? Executive coaching is a professional development activity that helps leaders… Read More »

Missed Opportunities, Hardly Tryin’

By | October 18, 2021

By guest blogger Sadako Red [see disclaimer] [October 18, 2021]  Nothing is more galling than missing an obvious opportunity to do good or to succeed and we all know it.  We know it in our bones!  We know that to do so means a missed chance that will never show itself again.  I was once young and had… Read More »

9 Tools for Building Resilience in College that Carries Over into Career Leadership Roles

By | September 22, 2021

[September 22, 2021]  “Resiliency” isn’t a term college students use. Yet they experience adversity and setbacks. How they handle them is a matter of resiliency. Can they bounce back from these? If they can develop resiliency while in college, that strength will serve them well throughout their lives, especially when assuming career leadership roles. Here are 9 tools… Read More »

Top 3 Skills That Will be in Demand in 2022

By | August 10, 2021

[August 10, 2021]  Remote work from places other than the traditional workplace has become much more common.  And, during 2021, top managers were able to practice a number of new skills.  But is this practice enough or is it necessary to focus on developing new competencies? One of the most discussed skills of 2022 was the management of… Read More »

Thought Leadership Mistakes To Avoid

By | July 23, 2021

[July 23, 2021]  You come to websites like the Leader Maker to read about hard hitting issues, such as how discussing election integrity will get you banned from Facebook. What you won’t read are a bunch of wishy-washy ideas that you learn more from failure than success, but the fact is that you do not.  Learning how “Not”… Read More »