John Hodge — January 22, 2018 Follow @johnahodge — January 22, 2018 Hiring a solid team can be hard and going through the process of talent acquisition can be a bit of a headache. Keeping that team happy and working in harmony is challenging and sometimes we need to have hard conversations. Luckily, the reward … Continue reading Improve Employee Performance Without Being a Jerk
Michael Bellina — May 2, 2017 Follow @MigmanMedia— May 2, 2017 Twice per month, I get together with some fellow entrepreneurs and brainstorm with each other about our businesses. We typically have a part of the meeting where we have a topic for us to discuss. This is usually an aspect of business that we … Continue reading Are You Making Decisions or Knee Jerk Reactions?
by Kirk Dando January 10, 2016January 10, 2016 Sometimes the most brilliant people in our companies are also jerks. What do you do about it? These employees may make the business a lot of money and/or perform well in their roles, but they can destroy a team. They might be the best salesperson you have, … Continue reading What To Do When A Top Performer Acts Like A Jerk
Peter StarkSeptember 8, 2015 I’ve worked on several executive coaching projects where one member of the team is a royal jerk. What makes someone a jerk? Here’s our definition: a jerk or jackass is someone who is rude, abrasive, condescending, undermines or puts others down, is arrogant, blames others, and, in a nutshell, is difficult … Continue reading How Do You Handle a Brilliant Jerk?