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    December 15, 2014

    Tying Bonus Potential to Personality

    4 Steps to Implement & Manage Positive Change in Your Team

    There is nothing worse than an employee that drags down a team, but it happens all the time. Actually, there is something worse…a manager that does nothing about it. This is a common problem in the workplace, it affects moral, and although it may not be obvious in short-term results, long-term negative impact is real.   So what can you do about it? Well, you don’t want to “pick” on your employee, especially if they are a top performer; you want them to continue performing...Continue reading

    By Lisa WoodsPosted in Leadership & Teambuilding on December 15, 2014

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    December 10, 2014

    The Power of Company-Wide Goal Alignment

    3 Business Benefits of Setting and Aligning Organizational Goals

    If your company is like many other small and mid-sized businesses, your employees represent both your organization's biggest line item expense and your most valuable asset. This means your company's productivity  and its profitability  depend on making sure all of your workers perform up to their full potential.   This is, in essence, the foundation of our mission at Churchill Leadership Group – to share our strengths-based philosophy for leadership, team performance and increasing...Continue reading

    By Jayne JenkinsPosted in Leadership & Teambuilding on December 10, 2014

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    December 4, 2014

    5 Ways to Stop Making Yourself Miserable in Your Sales Job

    Stay in control and make things happen.

    Sales work isn’t easy. As a sales coach, I’m sensitive to the inherent struggles of sellers. In an age of economic pressures and empowered buyers, your challenges are significant. It’s difficult and frustrating when you feel you don’t have complete control and the ability to change the circumstances.    There are, however, certain habits and choices you may be making that actually make your job even harder than it has to be. These are things you CAN control. Here are the...Continue reading

    By Deb CalvertPosted in Sales & Business Development on December 4, 2014

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    December 2, 2014

    How to Have a Healthy Conversation

    Connecting with others is the lifeblood of getting work done.

    With the well-warranted national conversation on good health, it’s time we talk about another area where health is important – our own conversations.  We’ve got obesity on the national scale and bloated conversations in the workplace. We’ve got fillers in our food and fillers in our conversations.  We seek workarounds to what we know contributes to good health (exercise, anyone?) like we seek shortcuts when we converse and omit details required for...Continue reading

    By Sherri PetroPosted in Professional Development on December 2, 2014

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    November 24, 2014

    The Most Important and Most Overlooked Part of Your Job

    Three Questions Senior Managers Should be Asking

    Senior Managers prepare strategic plans, grow market share, increase profits, innovate, execute, acquire, consolidate and expand in order to build the business.   Shareholders reward senior managers who are successful business builders, as measured by quarterly and annual performance. C-Suite executives (and those who aspire to fill those seats) focus intensely on the bottom line and make decisions to improve short-term profitability.    Building the business all too often becomes an...Continue reading

    By Deb CalvertPosted in Management on November 24, 2014

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    November 11, 2014

    Management Advice From Veterans Who Made The Corporate Transition

    Do your part to help our Veterans succeed.

    Many private sector companies actively seek out Ex-Military Officers to fill employment opportunities. They hire them into their leadership programs and management positions with a great deal of confidence that they will bring a unique skill set and accelerated management experience to strengthen their organization. These individuals can walk into a leadership or management role, learn quickly, make decisions and move forward with confidence. Their transition, however, can be personally challenging due to...Continue reading

    By Dan WoodsPosted in Leadership & Teambuilding on November 11, 2014

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    November 4, 2014

    A Simple Strategy to Stay Productive and Healthy at Work

    You will be amazed at what you can achieve in a working day.

    Do you find that your productivity varies from one day to the next? Do you sit down to get stuff done and then next thing you know hours have passed and the most important tasks are still outstanding? Some days I can fly through my tasks fast and then yet other days drag, and I seem to get constantly distracted (often caused by yours truly), leading to a longer “to do” list than when I started!  That was until I discovered the simple and effective Pomodoro Technique®.   Many...Continue reading

    By Jayne JenkinsPosted in Professional Development on November 4, 2014

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    October 27, 2014

    Do Wellness and Leadership Mix?

    Understand that Health is a resource.

    As Managers, Leaders and Entrepreneurs we sometimes think about the needs of our people and employees more often than we think about our own needs.    We think about others’ capabilities to produce and ability to get along with the team. We also think about their ability to cope with their responsibilities, their ability to deal with stress, and grow. We may even think about an employee’s longevity. When we term this with an organizational “name” we call it Talent...Continue reading

    By Miki Jo RestoPosted in Leadership & Teambuilding on October 27, 2014

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    October 20, 2014

    Before You Blaze A Trail, Ask

    One of the greatest assets to an organization is a new leader.

    One of my clients had recently promoted someone to a manager for the first time.  Now instead of doing the work alongside her colleagues, she was in charge.  She seemed more than capable and more than willing to step into this new role.   Things started off pretty well as she found her groove with her new team.  Everything seemed on track.  Then she began to make changes to the team.   As the new leader, she had many, many ideas on how to improve the processes and...Continue reading

    By Emilie ShoopPosted in Management on October 20, 2014

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    October 15, 2014

    Build Your Self-Confidence for Success

    To have high self-confidence we need a level of competence.

    “What one great thing would you dare to dream if you knew you could not fail?”   If big goals come in to your mind and you could not fail at them, then chances are you’d be highly successful, rich and famous and likely very fulfilled!  However, in reality we hold back, and it is fear that holds us back the most. If we had no fear, then we’d be unstoppable.   When I left the corporate world to establish the Churchill Leadership Group, I had a clear vision. I...Continue reading

    By Jayne JenkinsPosted in Professional Development on October 15, 2014

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