DrakeWize Skills Assessments
Engagement is an inside job
By Jim Clemmer
When faced with major organizational problems, managers often hire consultants to help provide a solution. The consultant will usually interview people, run focus groups, and gather input from a variety of sources.
How to resolve conflicts rationally and effectively
By Drake Editorial Team
Conflict in the workplace seems to be a fact of life. We’ve all seen people with different goals and needs coming into conflict, and the resulting intense personal animosity.
Creating Chaos to Develop a High-Performance Organization
By Matt Shlosberg
We spend a lot of time developing leaders we can rely on to run our organizations, make the right decisions, and get things done...
When performance lacks
By Drew Stevens
Many organizations deal with employees that do not perform to standards. One of the most frustrating things for managers and supervisors is to have employees that continually repeat the infraction.
Leaders born or made?
By David Huggins
This is one question that doesn’t go away. This could suggest that the answers provided simply do not satisfy or it could be that the question is a foundation-level concern.
Five criteria to identify high potentials in your organization
By Samuel B. Bacharach
Today’s organizations find it challenging to locate and put in place a new generation of leadership that is both proactive and pragmatic. By what criteria, however, do we decide whether somebody is a high potential...