Marsha Schrage, Ph.D., SHRM-SCPDr. Schrage is an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist and an Executive Consultant at TalentQuest. Having served the bulk of her career inside the business in talent leadership roles, Dr. Schrage’s experience leading organizational development, talent management, and learning teams spans big technology, global restaurants, financial services, and the non-profit sector. Since joining TalentQuest in…
You can never really understand a person until you climb into their shoes and walk around in them for a while
It is important for us all to remember that while we may feel the world is constantly changing around us, that we too are also constantly changing within the world.
When a leader can pause any advocacy efforts for his or her own initiatives long enough to genuinely step into the world of those for whom they are trying to influence, a new perspective is established.
Coming back to work is an adjustment for their people just like being asked to work remotely was.
Once you’ve identified the end goal for your team, set it aside and focus your efforts on helping them to identify and develop those incremental behaviors and skills needed to deliver on those results
Coaches need to understand what motivates their team and provide the necessary encouragement to push their limits.
Organizations that succeed at understanding their employees find it easier to create a “good day” blueprint.