Personality Assessments - Drake P3
Six common mistakes in leading high performers
By Drake Editorial Team
High performers are those people we often describe as driven. In their mind, a job is a problem to be solved, and they have the ability to solve it...
When welcoming a new member to your existing team
By Bruce Tulgan
One new team member can really shift the dynamic of a team. The prospect of a new person (let’s call her “Newby”) joining the team will set off a cascade of powerful reactions. Less so perhaps than the prospect of a new manager...
Marshaling group resources
By Jeff Davidson
In retaining the same staff members over and over again for change campaigns, even when they have proven to be highly effective in working together, you risk applying staid approaches to varying challenges...
Why a boss-subordinate relationship doesn't work anymore
By Charmaine Denton
In the traditional boss-subordinate world, the boss drops work on the subordinate’s desk and says it is needed that afternoon. The employee can do as told or suggest a different approach...
How to fully engage staff in 5 easy conversations
By Kim Seeling Smith
Did you know that only a fraction of your staff bring their ‘A Game’ to work every day? According to companies like Aon Hewitt and the Gallup Organization, this number is about one in five...
When going from peer to leader
By Bruce Tulgan
All of a sudden, when you go from peer to leader, you have power and influence in relation to their careers and livelihoods and their ability to do valuable work that is recognized and rewarded...