4 Ways to Empower Others to Shine
Discover how to keep your talented employees engaged and inspired to grow with you. The 5 Drivers of Great Leaders culminates in the essential skill to empower your people to greatness.
2022 Vision Focused Leadership - 4th Qtr Newsletter
There is so much change and uncertainty happening, it is invaluable when a leader can keep the priorities up to date, clear, and communicated. We want to equip you with a Goal Setting Tool for 2022 along with the 4th driver of all great leaders. Happy NEW year! We are ready for a new start to a new year, how about you?
Working Genius Assessment now at Shandel Group
We are so excited to add The WORKING GENIUS productivity assessment to our Leadership Toolkit. This summer we got certified with the Table Group and our certification allows us to debrief your individual report, create a team map to debrief your team, and offer a small discount to anyone who purchases this report from Shandel Group.
EXTENDED TRUST - Q2 Newsletter - Keeping Good Talent is a Matter of Trust
How well are you leading as Q2 draws to an end? Recent research reveals 26-40% of employees are ready to leave their current position. Talent is hard to find, how can we employ the 2nd Driver of Great Leaders to tackle this issue?
The 5 Drivers of Leadership
Every leader has the honor to serve those they lead. So what makes a great leader? We discuss in this edition the 5 drivers of leadership that just happen to fit neatly in the acronym S.E.R.V.E.
66 Seconds with Shandel Group
Take your communication to the next level by investing 66 seconds per week. Our Shandel Group Assessments bring so many a-ha moments to folks, but it takes repetition and practice to become amazing at it. Your first step is to subscribe to our weekly challenge and tip.
The Goodbye 2020 Shandel Group Newsletter - 2021 Challenge
Our last newsletter of 2020 highlights a few leadership trends including awareness of self, team development, and a challenge for more gratitude. "There is no doubt that we will see what was formerly labeled “soft skills” will be the hard-line that separates the good from the great."