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Change Management

Bad Traits of Weak Leaders and Impotent Managers

That work ethic has caused me to appreciate people who took such personal responsibility to turn their lives inside out to become so much more when they started out with so little. Which is why I become bereft when I see people from many organizations placate their insecurities by demeaning colleagues and employees whose abilities and ambitions exceed their own.

Training New Managers to Listen

If only 10% of managers have the talent to be great managers, how does the 90% deficit in skills impact your business?

About Jim Woods

Jim Woods is a successful trainer and President of Woods Kovalova Group, a leading management consultancy serving Board and C-level executives, managers, and individuals by helping them create a culture of leadership. He is an author, a former fifth grade and university teacher with an impressive resume. He is beloved by audiences. To schedule a speaking engagement with Jim please schedule an engagement here. Go>. Connect with him on TwitterFacebook, and Linkedin. Connect with Jim at jim@woodskovalovagroup.com.

Before Demanding Your Employees Change, When Was The Last Time You Changed?

Why is the need for change existent only in emergencies? Why not have an engine inspected before the "stop engine light flickers repeatedly?" Why do competitors have to steal our best customers and talent absconds eleswhere before we realize we should have acted sooner? 

Real Leaders Cultivate Leadership Not Followership

What are your assumptions about your leadership style? How about your reasons for being a leader? Let’s play a game to see if all the talk about leadership has meant anything after all. Imagine you do not have the advantages of title. See, if