By Susanna Mulligan on February 22, 2018
Are you questioning the numbers that cross your path in the emails you receive, the reports you review, and the articles you read? Do you ask yourself: Where did those numbers come from? How are they calculated? Are those the right numbers needed to make this decision?
By Susanna Mulligan on February 8, 2018
Are you interested in learning more about effective project management? Is obtaining a Project Management Professional certification in your career development plan?
By Susanna Mulligan on December 7, 2017
Being accountable is more than just being responsible. In addition to prioritizing, setting expectations, staying focused, and overcoming excuses, being accountable is also finding the motivation to do difficult things.
By Susanna Mulligan on November 9, 2017
When you share Word documents with others, you may have elements of the document which you would prefer to have removed from the shared file.
By Susanna Mulligan on August 31, 2017
Engaging in both positive and improvement feedback conversations in the workplace is an important leadership practice to cultivate. In some situations, giving feedback for improvement can be difficult or challenging.
By Susanna Mulligan on July 6, 2017
It can be a challenge to stay focused when approaching an important deadline. Unnecessary distractions cause frustration, and the completion of projects can be delayed.
By Susanna Mulligan on April 13, 2017
Compassionate leading provides opportunities for organizations and teams to promote trust and focus on strengths which can lead to thriving and successful workplaces. In the short Lynda.com video “What is compassionate management?”, Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn, shares stories about his personal experiences in recognizing the importance of compassionate leading. (you will be prompted to […]
By Susanna Mulligan on March 2, 2017
Have you heard of the saying “the only thing constant is change”? Author Britt Andreatta recommends strategies to boost our flexibility and agility in relation to change, starting with understanding the common responses to change and then highlighting the importance of tending to the transition of change. Watch this short Lynda.com video on “Being flexible […]