Trust: The Oil in the Productivity Engine

Neil HartleyPathfinder AssessmentLeave a Comment

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My name is Neil and I used to work in Health & Safety. Not someone with a high visibility vest, hardhat, and clipboard telling people to stop doing something, more of an analyst trying to understand trends, particularly the prevention of injuries and fatalities. Why does Spain, for example, have more work-related injuries/fatalities per 100,000 workers than, say, Denmark? Maybe the … Read More

Empowering Teams for Success: How Managers Can Foster Consistency and Reliability

Steve LudwigCoachingLeave a Comment

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Leaders think this is something that they shouldn’t have to do. People “should be” consistent in their delivery with quality and timeliness. Welcome to the real world. Underperforming teams often get assigned new leaders to turn them around. So, what’s a leader to do? Often, their role isn’t just about tracking outputs, but more crucially, it’s about fostering an environment … Read More

Becoming a Beacon of Reliability: How to Improve Consistency, Set Boundaries, and Keep Your Word in Business

Steve LudwigCoachingLeave a Comment

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Are you consistent in what you deliver when you say you are going to deliver it? Of course! Except when we are not. As a strategy to manage workloads, we often learn which colleagues, supervisors, or clients we can slide deadlines without any repercussions. So, our consistency can be fluid depending on who we are dealing with, which isn’t really … Read More