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Management Coaching Culture Boosts Employee Retention

By Stefanie Sample |   Nov 06, 2018

Don’t Mismanage Your Best Assets

Employees are the most important assets of any company. There’s a problem that many organizations have, though. When they invest in employees, there is a tendency to think of those individuals statistically.

If you want self-motivated, effective employees to stick around, you can’t treat them like numbers. Maximizing retention means maximizing employee satisfaction, even employee fulfillment, and making them feel valued. This is done better through coaching than through management which may tend to treat workers like numbers. You’ve got to be a coach, not a human resource manager with a mindset to treat employees like numbers. To condense it down: you want to be a leader, not a boss.

I’ve Used This Boat Metaphor to Meet Challenges and Drive Growth for Teams

By Edith "Edie" Raphael, PhD |   May 02, 2017

This past year, I’ve been consulting for a company and one of its contractors on a big project. Since this big project requires close coordination, a large part of my work has become helping the two teams work better together. And this has not always been easy. The scope of their project is massive with matching stakes for success and failure. The deadlines are aggressive. The stress level is consistently high.

Entrepenuer Magazine Ranks Rewire One of the Top Entrepreneurial Companies in America

By Jason Abell |   Nov 30, 2016

Hey everybody, we made it onto a list!

Active Listening: The Rare Yet Effective Leadership Superpower

By Edith "Edie" Raphael, PhD |   Nov 16, 2016

A 3-Stage Model for Growth Leadership (And Learning)

By Steve Scanlon |   Oct 28, 2016

I have spent the better part of the last 17 years with the vocation of helping people improve —improve their lives, their businesses, their sales, their teams, etc. My primary way of working with people has been what some refer to as “coaching.” I don’t particularly attach myself to that category today, but if it helps people understand what we do, then so be it.

(Video) The Paradox of High-Performance Teams: Trust and Vulnerability

By Steve Longan |   May 04, 2016

In this week's Wireboard, I'd like to share deceptively simple video featuring Brené Brown that has profound implications for how we sustainably grow our own work, as well as the work we do with others. First, the video from Inc. Magazine:

Three Reasons Humble People Are Better Leaders (and Three Ways to Become One)

By Edith "Edie" Raphael, PhD |   Apr 27, 2016

Humble leaders are better leaders.

Fostering Teamwork by Stilling the Lizard Brain

By Steve Scanlon |   Mar 16, 2016

Most animals in the Kingdom travel and live in some kind of grouping. Sure, there are a few exceptions (like lion fish, badgers and anteaters), but most animals rely on the teamwork and group approach to survival. And what’s fascinating to me are the names zoologists give to these groupings:

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