How does what feel, Laurie? Glad you asked!
A definition of FEEL is: to be conscious of an inward impression, state of mind, or physical condition.
As a leader and a manager of people, you have a tremendous opportunity and a tremendous responsibility. The opportunity is you get the chance to actually influence the behavior... Read More »
One of the greatest ways to practice and develop leadership skills is by volunteering. Many organizations need volunteer leaders on their board of directors and committees, not to mention... Read More »
Wikipedia states the following: “Parallel processing is the ability to carry out multiple operations or tasks simultaneously. The term is used in the contexts of both human cognition, particularly... Read More »
When organizations talk about Strategic Planning, they usually talk about some kind of a long-range plan that will be implemented over 3 to 5 years. While it’s important to... Read More »
Ken Bator and I were recently at the 10th Annual Police Officers’ Credit Union Conference when he asked the audience what the “one thing” is that they would... Read More »
Many leaders find themselves confused, fearful or even angry about the continuous changes of the new downsized, re-engineered, team-oriented and increasingly diverse workplace. As attitudes deteriorate, so do... Read More »
Most people believe attitudes just happen. They don’t. The thoughts we hold in our mind, over time, become our attitudes. These attitudes become the blueprint... Read More »
This skill-building program teaches participants to earn more, produce more and achieve more by developing first-class customer service. With this program using video examples, individual exercises, and small group activities, participants will:Become... Read More »
Good leaders envision a positive end result, put themselves in charge of its pursuit and maintain a level of integrity that others respect and... Read More »
Leaders understand that it’s people who make things happen. Leaders need the support of people to achieve an organization’s goals. Leaders take responsibility for developing the skills their... Read More »
It can take years to build trust and only seconds to destroy it! Every day, in many ways, we are either building trust or... Read More »
Setting priorities and managing time effectively is basic to managing individual and organizational performance. There’s a lot of pressure on today’s managers to find innovative ways to... Read More »
These team-building exercises are designed to increase confidence among team members and build stronger partnerships. Through innnovation and the expression of ideas, participants learn more about their own and other team members’ individual strengths.
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POSTED November 12, 2007 — Today, S.T.A.R. Resources announced that Mary Elizabeth Murphy has received certification for completing twelve hours’ course study in Organization... Read More »
POSTED November 20, 2007 — The Chicago Patrolmen’s Federal Credit Union (CPFCU) has completed the final module of Integro Leadership Training, under... Read More »
POSTED June 9, 2008 – A group of displaced homemakers in Mecklenburg County has new energy and ideas about their prospects, thanks to... Read More »
Want Better Relationships at Work and at Home?
When you learn how to RESET Your Buttons™, you’re really putting to use a skill... Read More »
Every Dream Requires a Team!
Let’s make a plan! Whether you’re single or just starting out in the working world, a stay-at-home mom or mompreneur, a working mother or considering... Read More »
Workshops, Retreats & Tele-ClassesS.T.A.R. Resources custom-builds your plan around your team’s strengths and challenges. Here is a sampling of change-plans we have built for other clients.
Priorities & ProductivityTM Build Trust in... Read More »
Chief Geoff Korous & Team at the Improving Leadership Skills Workshop
“Leadership is a gift that is bestowed upon us by our followers.” Chief Geoff Korous, Woodridge Police... Read More »
DiSC® Classic Facilitator’s Kit
Understand the work environment that is most and least comfortable for your employees Develop a stronger sense of task-oriented and relationship-oriented work habits Learn a better, simpler model... Read More »
“One can never pay in gratitude; one can only pay “in kind” somewhere else in life” – Anne Morrow Lindbergh
Mecklenburg Times 2011 50 Most... Read More »
S.T.A.R. Resources and managing director Mary Elizabeth Murphy, CPCC have helped hundreds of... Read More »