In this short video, TCL faculty member Shawn Kent Hayashi talks about common obstacles that affect presenting skills and how to overcome them.
Leaders with an aptitude for written communication have the ability to articulate a written message in a clear and compelling manner. Watch this short video as faculty member Shawn Kent Hayashi talks about the value of developing this important skill.
“I don’t understand why I haven’t been able to hire competent people who want to stick around,” Bob, the CEO of a medical devices company, shared as he vented his frustration about continual turnover in several key roles in his organization.
“Let’s look at one of the specific roles that you’re referring to,” I suggested. “Let’s do a job benchmark–an online assessment–on that particular role. It will tell us what your real expectations are. It will also reveal the most important qualities about the candidate who will be successful.”Read More
I want to start 2015 by sharing a story of success.
Last year Nancy, one of my coaching clients, had her best year ever. How did she do it? It all started when I asked Nancy this question:
If you were wildly successful this year, both personally and professionally, what would that look like?Read More
TEDxLehighU, Published on Nov 5, 2014
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. In this talk, Shawn Kent Hayashi offers a glimpse into how the future job market will be more like making a movie, and how it will be focused on matching the motivators rather than turning the Resume Roulette.Read More
Jon Stewart is not only a brilliant comic, he’s also a fearless leader. Why?
He continually hires talented performers that are as good as if not better than he is, allows them to develop comic diversity that complements his own, and then watches them walk out the door to star in their own shows. (Comedian Larry Wilmore is the latest Daily Show staffer to get his own show after John Oliver and, of course, Stephen Colbert.)Read More
You don’t have to be a Star Trek fan to understand how these pop culture icons show up in the work place.
Captain Kirk is the risk taker, the rule breaker, the impulsive person of action who thrills at the idea of going “where no man has gone before.” Without him, the Enterprise might never accomplish so many interesting, pioneering missions.Read More
What Kind of Emotional Wake Does Your Leadership Create?
The first step in learning to control your emotional wake is self awareness. Know what you are feeling in the moment and understand what led you to that emotional state. If you’re in the grip of anger or frustration, instead of erupting in an angry outburst, which will inevitably create further chaos and result in work stoppage, ask yourself who or what crossed your boundaries. Being aware of your emotional state, acknowledging the source of stress and irritation, is the first step in keeping it from affecting others. Read More
Star Performers know September is a great time of year to evaluate the year’s performance, and begin to get a head start on strategic planning for next year. Most organizations will fall in the trap of the “break-fix” cycle – where the squeakiest wheels will get the oil. But how do you know whether you are tackling the right issues for sustainable growth?Read More
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