Press Room

Using Pulse Feedback To Lead Your Team: 6 steps for you

By Dr. Ranjit Nair,, August 2016

Feel your pulse. You know those frequent, short bursts that beat consistently? That’s what you should try to emulate when you give employee feedback. Think about it: If your heart only beat occasionally, your body would shut down. That’s similar to what can happen on a project or a team when feedback is not given at regular intervals.

5 Essential Measurements for Making the Right Hire

By Dr. Ranjit Nair,, July 2016

Effective talent management starts with hiring the right employees—those who can help a company build value and delight its customers.

7 Questions to Consider Before Developing In-House Technology for Your Business

By Dr. Evans Baiya,, May 2016

Embracing the latest technology can help companies advance their processes, expand to new markets, improve customer experiences, and even attract younger employees.

4 Ways Introverts Can be Authentic Leaders

By Andy Johnson,, April 2016

5 Signs Your Business Is Having a Midlife Crisis—And How to Deal With It

By Emily Soccorsy and Justin Foster,, March 2016

Midlife crises are fairly easy to recognize in others, but they’re often not so easy to recognize in yourself—and sometimes even more difficult to recognize when it comes to your company.

4 Ways Introverts Can Practice Authenticity at Work

By Andy Johnson,, March 2016

I devote a major portion of my work to serving introverted leaders; however, it’s not uncommon for people to tell me that the phrase “introverted leaders” is an oxymoron.

EQ in the Workplace: A Positive Antidote to Bad Behavior

By Lisa Aldisert,, January 2016

Most of us have experienced incivility in the workplace. Inappropriate behavior toward coworkers typically stems from a variety of factors: increased workloads resulting in stress and fear, inflated self-importance, the desire to win at all costs, and insensitivity to the needs of others. But what it all boils down to is a lack of respect for colleagues.

How a Better Understanding of Yourself Will Help You as a Leader

By Rodger Price, AllBusiness, January 2016

There are many effective ways to lead, and leaders all have a unique design when it comes to ability and potential. Some great leaders do it through their high energy and engaging personalities. Others do it through careful planning and significant investment in the people who choose to follow them. Still others do it through sheer determination and dogged persistence.

Ambiverts Bridge Introverts and Extroverts. But Isn't That Just Everybody?

Featuring Andy Johnson,, December 2015

From backstage, you hear a crowd beginning to gather. As the hum of conversation grows, your confidence begins to ebb. Within seconds, your mouth is a desert, your heart is a hummingbird and your mind is a forest of doubt. You're much more comfortable talking to people one-on-one, and the prospect of walking on stage is a veritable nightmare. Then you take a deep breath and do just that.