Why The Best Leaders Have A Strategic Plan Episode 26

by podcast on September 8, 2019

The best leaders in the world understand the importance of strategic planning and their success. In this episode of the solutions aren’t leader podcasts we’re going to discuss why the best leaders have a strategic plan and the importance of the strategic planning process in their business growth and success.… Read more...

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podcastWhy The Best Leaders Have A Strategic Plan Episode 26

Organizational Culture and Why We Need It

by Dr. Rick Goodman on July 22, 2019

We hear the term organizational culture bandied about a lot these days, but what does it actually mean? The definition of organizational culture is best summarized this way: This is the combination of beliefs, assumptions, values, and habits that make up the psychological environment of your workplace.… Read more...

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Dr. Rick GoodmanOrganizational Culture and Why We Need It

Choosing a Keynote Speaker Can Be Tough. Here’s Your Roadmap.

by Dr. Rick Goodman on July 11, 2019

As you plan your next seminar, workshop, conference, or professional event, one of the most consequential decisions you’ll make is who you enlist as your keynote speaker.

Your keynote speaker is ultimately the person who’s tasked with sending your participants home with something meaningful and actionable—in short, something that makes their time at the event truly valuable.… Read more...

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Dr. Rick GoodmanChoosing a Keynote Speaker Can Be Tough. Here’s Your Roadmap.

How Champions Stay Motivated – Episode 17

by podcast on June 26, 2019

There are many ways that world champion athletes and teams stay motivated to succeed and win the big game. However, few can compare to the power of self-talk and affirmation which are the topics that we will discuss in this episode of The Solutions Oriented Leader Podcast.… Read more...

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How to Deal with Workplace Productivity Killers

by Dr. Rick Goodman on June 13, 2019

Recently, someone told me something that was truly shocking. I was speaking with an HR professional, and she mentioned that, over the course of an average workday, most of us only have about three hours of truly productive time. And yet, we’re at the office for a full eight hours or more.… Read more...

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Are We Getting Employee Feedback All Wrong?

by Dr. Rick Goodman on May 27, 2019

For most of us, receiving feedback isn’t especially pleasant. We like to be praised when we do something right but loathe to be called out when we do something wrong. Sadly, a lot of workplace feedback plays into this dichotomy in the worst way possible: Many team leaders view feedback simply as a way to illuminate shortcomings, and their team members are understandably vexed by it.… Read more...

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Dr. Rick GoodmanAre We Getting Employee Feedback All Wrong?

What is a Resilient Leader – Episode 13

by podcast on May 21, 2019

What is a Resilient Leader

 

What is a resilient leader? Many times, I’m asked what some of the most important traits are that a leader can possess? My first answer is always persistence and resiliency! A person who is resilient maintains a positive attitude and is always looking for opportunities even when business is down.… Read more...

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Seven Traits of a Resilient Leader – Episode 12

by podcast on May 19, 2019

The Seven Traits of a Resilient Leader

Many studies have indicated the importance of resilience is both an individual and leadership trait. On today’s solutions-oriented leader podcast you will discover the seven traits of a resilient leader. A resilient leader is a person who sees failure as temporary setbacks and they believe they can recover from them quickly.… Read more...

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podcastSeven Traits of a Resilient Leader – Episode 12