The Importance of Self-Care for Leaders

As a leader, it’s easy to think that 15 hour work days are the key to success. However, if you are able to dedicate more time to take care of yourself and chill out, you’ll be more centered and better equipped to lead your people effectively.

Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: Low Support

In this week’s behavioral scale deep dive, we explore the natural tendencies of someone with a low support score and give advice to best manage and encourage their growth.

15 Quotes about the Importance of Integrity as a Leader

In this post, we talk about the importance of integrity as a leader and give you 15 quotes from great thinkers, artists and entrepreneurs to get you thinking about the concept in a new light.

Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: Low Dominance

Opposite to last week’s behavioral scale deep dive, we all know someone who cringes at the thought of having to speak up in a meeting and prefers to quietly do their thing in the background. Here’s how to understand employees with a low dominance score, and manage them in a way that helps them succeed.

Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: High Dominance

In this week’s behavioral scale deep dive, we explore the natural tendencies of someone with a high dominance score and give advice to best manage and encourage their growth.

The Importance of Mentoring & Developing People

Having a positive, guiding influence is invaluable to your career. As a mentee, you benefit from the experience of people who have already traveled down the path which you are beginning to travel; as a mentor, you have the capability to help people learn and grow by giving them your time and talent, which can be extremely rewarding. Additionally, when you invest in mentoring someone as a leader your company or organization will benefit from this relationship.

Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: Low Creativity

In this week’s behavioral scale deep dive, we explore the natural tendencies of someone with a low creativity score and give advice to best manage and encourage their growth.

How to Detect Conflict using the BE Success Survey

By looking at two people’s BE Success Survey, you can easily detect potential conflict and provide your employees with awareness to help them anticipate how to best manage it in a healthy and helpful way. Let’s take a look at some charts!

Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: High Creativity

In this week’s behavioral scale deep dive, we explore the natural tendencies of someone with a High Creativity score and give advice to best manage and encourage their growth.

The Five Stepping Stones Mindful Leaders Cultivate

Learn how developing your own mindfulness practice can not only benefit yourself but all of the people around you through this holistic process.