The Value of a Strong Management Team for Small to Mid-Sized Business Success

In today’s competitive business landscape, success depends on more than just a unique idea or a hard-working entrepreneur. As a CEO or business owner, it can be difficult to wear many hats and run every facet of your business. The decision-making and management responsibilities can be overwhelming. Not only are you responsible for leading the […]

Grow Your Business Value with Executive Coaching

Executive coaching is a specialized form of coaching that focuses on the development of skills and competencies of senior leaders and executives. The purpose of executive coaching is to help leaders achieve their goals, improve their performance, and enhance their leadership abilities. Executive coaching is a powerful tool that can provide numerous benefits for both […]

Harnessing the Power of 360 Degree Assessments for Leadership Development

Introduction When it comes to developing strong leadership skills, many business leaders overlook the power of self-evaluation. 360 degree assessments from NewLogiq are a great way to gain insight into your own strengths and weaknesses as a leader, allowing you to make informed decisions in order to become a better leader. Let’s take a look […]

Post Covid Strategy.

Thinking about how past and present events will shape the future is a skill that belongs in every C-Level Executive’s toolbox.  Every executive needs to have a point of view about the future, especially a post Covid strategy.

Want to Become the Employer of Choice?

In any war, there is more than one battle and the war for talent is no exception.  A good place to start is understanding the most important Human Resource Trends. Gartner is one of the world’s best business research organizations and it has recently published an article listing what it thinks are the most Human Resource opportunities […]

Too Many Managers, not enough Management?

The pandemic has provided an opportunity to unpack how work gets done in many companies by physically separating those doing the work from those managing them. An insightful article in The Atlantic suggests that