YEC (Young Entrepreneur Council) surveyed some folks about how they show appreciation towards employees and customers. Here are their responses…. Read More»
A few weeks ago the Social Leader community discussed how to be the best example of your brand, but social media isn’t just one person’s responsibility. It takes a community to build a brand. … Read More»
The great thing about investing in human potential is it’s both morally and fiscally responsible. When you help people become their best possible selves, your company benefits as much as they do. The effects can also spread beyond the company’s walls, unlocking potential within families, communities, and society at large…. Read More»
Despite the commercialization of Thanksgiving, there are traditions that families and friends honor to bring meaning to sharing a meal together. It’s these traditions that our Switch & Shift family are reflecting on. Below are our cherished Thanksgiving traditions…. Read More»
As we sit down this Thanksgiving with family and friends, before you put that first bite of food in your mouth, we hope that you will take a moment to think about all the things in life that you are thankful for.
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For many people, the workday doesn’t have a set beginning or end time and the workplace isn’t always a physical destination. You may be one of those people. Do you drink your morning coffee while electronically catching up on your laptop or other device? Did you do the same before you went to bed last night (sans coffee)? … Read More»
This post will highlight the Co-Active Leadership Model, based on responsible leadership and how responsibility is defined…. Read More»
Five years ago, I became a blogger. With 45 years of business experience as a foundation, I began sharing personal reflections and contemporary insights on leadership – fully aware my content would not matter a damn had I not kept pace with the pulse of the new economy, and the changing dynamics of customers and the workforce…. Read More»
It’s quite simple: being visible helps you achieve your goals.
People prefer to work with people they’re familiar with. That familiarity doesn’t have to be based on impressive and daring feats; it can come from simple exposure. You, your name, and your work need to be visible to your peers, to your boss, to your boss’s boss, to casual observers, to industry experts, to anyone who goes looking for you or your area of expertise on the Internet, etc.
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Here at Switch & Shift we strive to illuminate effective leadership practices. We pride ourselves on creating cutting edge solutions for employee engagement, communication and creating company culture to name a few.
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