Shelley SmithBlog, Workplace Culture, Workplace Wellness

Here’s how to reach your goals by doing something every day, week, month and quarter to implement the change you want by the end of the year. 3 goals for the

Shelley SmithBlog, Leadership Development

There is much we can learn as leaders from Forbes 2018 World’s Most Powerful Women list. Change marked this year’s list, not only because of who ranked high and who

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Today I share 3 Do’s & Don’t at your office party: Don’t avoid the conversation, create and state your expectations for the office holiday party. Be transparent, creating an open

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Watch my interview with Karol Clark from WLPB. Whether you’re just setting up your practice or you’ve been in business for years, it’s time to take a look at your

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Every boss dreams of finding not only professional success, but personal victory as well—as human beings we want others to like us. We’ve all seen The Office’s Michael Scott parading

Shelley SmithBlog, Executive Coaching

Executive Coaching

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Rewards of Conflict

Far from being a dirty word, “conflict” can be an opportunity for company growth, as well as a catalyst for positive change and industrial innovation. Trust me, as a business

Shelley SmithBlog, Executive Coaching, Leadership Development

How to talk to employees

Are there whispered chats at your water cooler? Groups gathered in the hallways, only to disperse upon being approached? Have you been a part of, or the victim of, one

Shelley SmithBlog, Leadership Development, Workplace Culture

Regardless of the size of a company, what really matters is obvious: the Bottom Line. Having said that, people are what support a company, drive its progress, and achieve its

Shelley SmithBlog, Leadership Development, Workplace Culture

Succession Planning: the Last Will & Testament of a business. Due to the complexities involved in managing such details, succession plans vary greatly from company to company, and are best