Tagged: Leading Technical People+

Fully Inhabit Your Leadership

Regardless of your starting point, if you are a leader you have a responsibility to live fully and inhabit your leadership. You have not just permission to do this, but a responsibility to. Why? Because this is what your organization needs; this is what the people you lead need.

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The X-model of Employee Engagement

Employee Engagement can be a vague term. In this x-model, BlessingWhite details a specific and compelling model for articulating what Employee Engagement is – and what it means to the individual and the organization they work for

Turn Smart Doers into Smart Leaders

Six characteristics that make expert employees more challenging to lead. Lessons learned in helping new leaders coach and inspire their expert teams to succeed instead of micro-managing them out the door!

Inspiring & Engaging Technical Talent

Technical professionals possess specialized skills and expertise. They include programmers, engineers, analysts, scientists, creatives, technicians and accountants. Organizations of all sizes across all industries depend on them. Three out of four of the leaders...

Leadership Development

Leadership Development As a top leadership development firm, we understand the challenges leaders at all levels face in staying true to their personal convictions, acting swiftly in times of uncertainty, being accountable for the...

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Introducing: Leading Technical People+

Leaders of technical people face a double-pronged challenge: First off the technical people they lead have very specific workplace needs which, if unmet, result in low engagement, little innovation, and high turnover. Second, technical...