What is the ROI of your employees?

Coaching Tip

ROI (Return on Investment) is a measurement few companies know about and seldom measure. If you were to ask, most have no answer because the ROI calculation is only for the items the company considers assets. Then, have the leadership courage to take action, invest more into those in whose return is exceptional , and discard those in which your return is mediocre. Source: Leo Hamblin: Attitude Reflects Leadership. Can't Get Enough Leadership.

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Leadership Development "Moneyball"

Great Leadership By Dan

This post was originally published in SmartBrief on Leadership 7/25/2013: “Moneyball” was a book and movie based on Oakland A’s general manager Billy Beane and his use of statistics (sabermetrics, to be precise) to get the most production out of his team by spending the least amount of money. Here’s some statistics on leadership development based on what I’d consider highly credible research. 1 and 2: Corporate Leadership Council High-Potential Management Survey, 2005.

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Costly Leakages – Leadership ROI Quantified and the Role of Leadership Redefined

Reality-Based Leadership

While I have more than 20 years of qualitative experience from consulting in hundreds of organizations, I wanted to quantify the amount of Emotional Waste found in typical organizations to help leaders calculate the costs of workplace drama. My company, Reality-Based Leadership, recently partnered with The Futures Company to capture data around the phenomenon that the Open-Door Policy brought to my attention. Leadership

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Employee Productivity Improvement Project ROI Calculation.

Strategy Driven

Tweets that mention Employee Productivity Improvement Project ROI Calculation | StrategyDriven -- Topsy.com says: January 26, 2011 at 1:38 am [.] StrategyDriven Newsletter Signup StrategyDriven (Kindle Edition) StrategyDriven RSS Feed StrategyDriven Podcast iTunes Feed StrategyDriven Leadership Conversation iTunes Feed StrategyDriven Editorial Perspective iTunes Feed StrategyDriven on Facebook StrategyDriven on Twitter StrategyDriven LinkedIn Users Group Recent Articles Worn out at Work?

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Moving on from ROI to ROE, a Return on Empathy

Strategy Driven

Business has always concentrated on Return on Investment (ROI) as the primary metric to calculate success. Early in the 2000’s, we consulted with Allstate auto insurance and found that “accident forgiveness” was a winner with customers. Mark Ingwer PhD is a consumer psychologist and the managing partner of Insight Consulting Group , a global marketing and strategy consultancy specializing in market research and consumer insights.

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Employee Productivity Improvement Project ROI Calculation.

Strategy Driven

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August 2017 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the August 2017 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! Anne Perschel of Germane Coaching and Consulting provided Emotionally Intelligent Leadership – Unexpected ROI at Apex Corporation. Anne writes, “Apex Corporation began the journey to emotionally intelligent leadership fifteen years ago. They achieved their goal of increased sales and were pleasantly surprised by an unexpected ROI.”

February 2017 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the February 2017 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! ” As I’ve seen in my own leadership journey, that’s often the choice that leads to new and exhilarating paths. Beth recaps, “Beth Beutler refreshes us on an important leadership skill—saying ‘no’ with grace.” Chris Edmonds of the Purposeful Culture Group contributed Culture Leadership Charge: Make Values as Important as Results.

July 2016 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the July 2016 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! Although mid-summer is a time when many of us slow down (as we should), this compilation of excellent cutting-edge leadership thinking will help motivate you to hit the ground running when your vacation or other summer relaxation period ends. Art Petty of About Money Management and Leadership provided Reinventing the Organization and Leadership for a Digital Era.

December 2015 Leadership Development Carnival

Lead Change Blog

Welcome to the December 2015 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! For our December edition, we took a page out of last December’s Carnival of HR post and asked about books you have read which have made a difference in your leadership journey. Mary Ila Ward of Horizon Point Consulting submitted 10 Books Leaders Need to be Reading. Miki did not feel any of the books she encountered in 2015 offered sufficient ROI for their readers, but this one has lasting power.

Crisis Leadership

Survive Your Promotion

Tips for New Managers on Navigating the Transition from Individual Contributor to Team Leader Skip to content Home About the Book About Katy Recommended Reading ← How to Build a Team The Cardinal Sin of Relationship Building → Crisis Leadership Posted on February 22, 2010 by Katy I grew up on the water – many of my friends and family members are sailors. Survive Your Promotion!

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Leadership and Passion – Gary Vaynerchuck

Survive Your Promotion

Bad Boss Blues → Leadership and Passion – Gary Vaynerchuck Posted on March 17, 2010 by Katy There’s some profanity here and there in this, but it’s a wonderful clip about being passionate about your work. It’s a great example of the fact that leadership comes in all different packages… We just launched the Personal Focus Coaching fan page on Facebook. Survive Your Promotion!

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Management vs. Leadership

Survive Your Promotion

Tips for New Managers on Navigating the Transition from Individual Contributor to Team Leader Skip to content Home About the Book About Katy Recommended Reading ← If you could not fail… at work 10 Tips for New Managers → Management vs. Leadership Posted on February 1, 2010 by Katy Recently I was asked to explain the difference between management and leadership. Great managers need to actively develop and grow their leadership skills. Survive Your Promotion!

The Currency of Leadership

Survive Your Promotion

Tips for New Managers on Navigating the Transition from Individual Contributor to Team Leader Skip to content Home About the Book About Katy Recommended Reading ← Your team members have lives too… Building a Business Case for IT Spending → The Currency of Leadership Posted on December 2, 2009 by Katy As an individual contributor, your primary method of adding value to your organization is the quality and quantity of your work. Survive Your Promotion!

Leadership Thoughts/Analysis

Survive Your Promotion

Tips for New Managers on Navigating the Transition from Individual Contributor to Team Leader Skip to content Home About the Book About Katy Recommended Reading ← The Intersection of Blog and Life – More About Motivation Challenge Yourself To Be More Effective → Leadership Thoughts/Analysis Posted on January 15, 2010 by Katy I read this post today and thought Scott really hit the nail on the head. Survive Your Promotion!

10 Elements of a Great Woman’s Leadership Development Program

Great Leadership By Dan

I’ve recently had the opportunity to help design a brand-new open-enrollment Woman’s Leadership Development Program to be offered through the University of New Hampshire’s Executive Development Program. Given that I’ve written about how to design great leadership development programs , I thought it might make for an interesting case study to share with readers how I applied a lifetime of leadership development expertise to this program. Anne Perschel , Germane Consulting.

“The Formula”: The Unspoken Truth About The Packaging, Peddling, And Commoditization Of Leadership And Knowledge

Lead Change Blog

3) I’m not in the “business” of leadership so I’m not trying to sway “buyers” towards my line of thinking or “products.” ” The business of leadership, i.e. leadership development, has been around for quite a while now, and I think for the most part it’s been legitimate. Book price point is quite reasonable, but really doesn’t make Peddler much ROI…but that isn’t the point. I do not think of this as service leadership.

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The June 2010 Leadership Development Carnival

Sales Wolf Blog

Copyright 2007-2010 - Chris Young Twitter Updates follow me on Twitter « Possibility Maximizer: Fresh Milk Newsletter From Contented Cows | Main | Rainmaker Top Five Blog Picks - Leadership Development Carnival Edition » June 06, 2010 The June 2010 Leadership Development Carnival   Hello and welcome to the June 2010 Leadership Development Carnival - it is an absolute honor to be your host!

Are You a Culture Change Skeptic?

Great Leadership By Dan

We consultants – or “culture refinement experts” – deal with skeptics all the time. Foodstuffs Auckland (New Zealand) found ROI on their culture project exceeded $600,000 within the first year. Chris Edmonds is a sought-after speaker, author, and executive consultant.

Sheryl Sandberg (COO of Facebook) on Women and Leadership.

Survive Your Promotion

Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit This entry was posted in leadership , Motivation , Setting Goals and tagged challenge , Cheryl Sandberg , Confidence , Executive , Self Evaluation. Survive Your Promotion!

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The Simple Path to Leadership Bench Strength

Survive Your Promotion

We don’t need no stinking customers… The Opposite of Love → The Simple Path to Leadership Bench Strength Posted on February 8, 2010 by Katy We all know about helicopter parents – those nuts who start off doing their kids homework and end up filling out their job applications – but what about helicopter managers? Integrating management and leadership development at every level of the organization is not as hard as it seems. Survive Your Promotion!

They seemed so normal in the interview…

Survive Your Promotion

Tips for New Managers on Navigating the Transition from Individual Contributor to Team Leader Skip to content Home About the Book About Katy Recommended Reading ← The Science of Motivation IT Resources for Non-Profits → They seemed so normal in the interview… Posted on January 20, 2010 by Katy Several years ago I managed a team of engineers at a consulting firm. Survive Your Promotion!

My New Project

Survive Your Promotion

Tips for New Managers on Navigating the Transition from Individual Contributor to Team Leader Skip to content Home About the Book About Katy Recommended Reading ← Taking a Break Sheryl Sandberg (COO of Facebook) on Women and Leadership → My New Project Posted on December 29, 2010 by Katy A few months ago I said in this space that I had been working on some other projects and needed to take a break from posting here. Survive Your Promotion!

There's No Such Thing as “Leadership for Women”

Survive Your Promotion

→ There’s No Such Thing as “Leadership for Women&# Posted on March 6, 2010 by Katy Lately I’ve been receiving a lot of requests and suggestions about developing a leadership program for women. I’m assuming this is because people have noticed that I’m a woman and that I talk a lot about leadership. And they get really mad when I tell them what I think… There’s no such thing as “leadership for women”. Survive Your Promotion!

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Four Benefits of Corporate Coaching

The Center For Leadership Studies

The bursting client list of enterprise-wide coaching companies (like BetterUp and LeggUP) along with the entrepreneurial explosion of private consulting and coaching firms, are all the proof we need that organizations are listening and responding with coaching at-scale for their employees.

Your People are the Hard, not the Soft Side, of Change

Great Leadership By Dan

As coaches, our work with leaders includes focusing on the human side, which helps leaders reap the ROI of their business or smart investment. When I, CrisMarie, was consulting with Blue Cross Blue Shield in the early 2000s, I was lucky enough to get certified in the Leading and Managing Organizational Transitions through William Bridges & Associates. Then you’ll reap the ROI you’ve been looking for.

Five Proven Paths to Training Pull-Through

The Center For Leadership Studies

Oh, and since we have two feet, thus two Achilles heels, let’s call the second one the pressure we have “from above” to demonstrate ( they mean prove ) measurable growth and return on investment (ROI). A gift from The Center for Leadership Studies!

IT Resources for Non-Profits

Survive Your Promotion

Tips for New Managers on Navigating the Transition from Individual Contributor to Team Leader Skip to content Home About the Book About Katy Recommended Reading ← They seemed so normal in the interview… To tweet or not to tweet… → IT Resources for Non-Profits Posted on January 22, 2010 by Katy Before I got involved in doing the management hokey pokey, I was (and still occasionally am) an IT consultant. Survive Your Promotion!

Performance Management and Coaching.

Coaching Tip

About 6 out of 10 (59%) organizations offer coaching or other developmental counseling to their managers and executives, according to a nationwide survey of more than 300 companies by Manchester, a human capital consulting firm. . The key to return on investment (ROI) is developing and sustaining individual and group behaviors through personal relationships to achieve the desired business results. Books Business Coaching Leadership Memes Personal Coaching Skills Work life

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leadership and management models download- page 2a

Rapid BI

Leadership and Management Models Download PowerPoint Slides – page 2a. At RapidBI we use many management and leadership models and through the process of using them we have developed a library of 100?s. Models for Business, Coaching, Leadership & Management 400+ business & management models - Our full set of editable and fully customizable powerpoint slides. A Ready to use Consultant's Toolkit if you like. ROI – Return on Investment.

The 5 Rights All Humans Have—Are You Honoring Them At Work?

Great Leadership By Dan

Wolfe (Orgone Institute Press, 1945) Christine Comaford , author of Power Your Tribe, has been a leadership and culture coach for the past 30 years. She has also built and sold five companies with an average ROI of 700 percent. A sought-after speaker and lecturer, she is a corporate consultant to mid-sized firms and the Fortune 1000, a leadership columnist for Forbes.com, and The New York Times bestselling author of Rules for Renegades and SmartTribes.

Jason Fried – Why Work Doesn't Happen at Work

Survive Your Promotion

Tips for New Managers on Navigating the Transition from Individual Contributor to Team Leader Skip to content Home About the Book About Katy Recommended Reading ← Sheryl Sandberg (COO of Facebook) on Women and Leadership Musical Chairs – The Employment Outlook for 2011 → Jason Fried – Why Work Doesn’t Happen at Work Posted on January 4, 2011 by Katy Great insight on why working in the office and being interrupted all day makes no sense. Survive Your Promotion!

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10 Reasons NOT to do Succession Planning

Great Leadership By Dan

Succession planning is the systematic assessment and identification of individuals to fill key leadership positions that may or will open up sometime in the future. Succession planning (and development) takes a lot of effort and commitment in order to generate a worthwhile ROI. Either hire someone with real talent management expertise or hire a good consultant to get you started. talent management assessment leadership development CEO committment succession planning

Why You Should Conduct Talent Review Meetings and 10 Best Practices for Doing Them

Great Leadership By Dan

valued by an organization’s leadership, just take a peek at the agendas for their business review meetings, board meetings, operations reviews, quarterly shareholder meetings, sales meetings, or any other kind of management meeting that permeates a busy executives’ calendar. It could be someone from HR, a consultant, or even a trusted experienced peer. Hold your leadership team accountable. Follow these 10 tips to get the maximum ROI from your talent review meetings.

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Lost Generation

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Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit This entry was posted in Communication , leadership , Motivation , Prioritization , Work/Life Balance and tagged Inspiration , leadership , Life , Motivation. Survive Your Promotion!

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Internal Internships- A Winning Well Best Practice

Let's Grow Leaders

Which is why I was so intrigued when I bumped into this best practice while I was doing some Winning Well consulting. . The senior leadership team had sent me to this location to understand what was going so right– and to help them spread it to their other locations. When I asked the manager about the ROI, she was all in. Have you ever been an intern? Have you ever hired an intern? . There are many reasons to hire an intern.

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Time Management Systems

Survive Your Promotion

So next time your boss drops in and asks you to create an ROI analysis for a tool you want to buy, don’t spend hours sweating over excel – head over to your favorite search engine and see if someone has already done your work for you. Survive Your Promotion!

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Randy Pausch on Time Management

Survive Your Promotion

Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit This entry was posted in Communication , General , leadership , Motivation , Prioritization , Time Management , Work/Life Balance and tagged effectiveness , leadership , Life , management , Management Tip , Motivation , Self Evaluation , Time Management. Survive Your Promotion!

Win a Free Copy of Survive Your Promotion!

Survive Your Promotion

Leadership and Passion – Gary Vaynerchuck → Win a Free Copy of Survive Your Promotion! Posted on March 16, 2010 by Katy Today I am honored to be guest posting on Dan Rockwell’s wonderful Leadership Freak blog! Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit This entry was posted in Building Relationships , Communication , General , leadership , Staff Development , Team Building , Tools and tagged books , leadership , management , Management Tip , Team , Tools.

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Patrick Lencioni on Trust | Survive Your Promotion!

Survive Your Promotion

Are your leadership skills holding you back? Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit This entry was posted in Communication , General , leadership , Team Building , Transition to Management and tagged Communication , effectiveness , leadership , management , Management Tip , New Manager , Team , trust. Survive Your Promotion!

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The Science of Motivation

Survive Your Promotion

Share this: StumbleUpon Digg Reddit This entry was posted in Motivation , Rewards and Incentives , Staff Development and tagged effectiveness , incentives , leadership , management , Motivation. Survive Your Promotion!

A Tiny Saturday Night Rumination on the Value of Twitter

Survive Your Promotion

Survive Your Promotion! Tips for New Managers on Navigating the Transition from Individual Contributor to Team Leader Skip to content Home About the Book About Katy Recommended Reading ← IT Resources for Non-Profits Managing Conflict Part 1 – If I have to stop this office… → To tweet or not to tweet… Posted on January 23, 2010 by Katy Is it better to tweet one tinyurl than curse the twitterverse?

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Development of Coaching Competencies at SAP

Coaching Tip

SAP leadership has been following these prevailing coaching issues from: A career and professional perspective. SAP''s understanding of coaching is defined in the following ways: Coaching is a form of goal-oriented, individual consulting. Coaching is a solution-oriented and thus future-oriented consulting approach. The return on investment (ROI) of coaching can be enormous, especially in the context of project management. Sustained Leadership.

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