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Insight (Keyshelle Davis)

 
Three steps to a stronger team, pt. 2
In part one of this topic, I shared the first step in the process to stronger teams. Today, I cover step 2 which focuses solely on communication. The lack of communication can truly hurt an organization. It is a skill that separates successful teams ...
 
 
Three steps to a stronger team, pt. 1
A strong team filled with strong people is critical to the success of any vision. Most are aware of the popular saying “Where there is no vision, the people perish”, but fail to look at it in reverse. The reality is also this: Where there are no ...
 
 
Four steps to solid results in business career or life
“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the saw” – Abraham Lincoln   For as long as I could remember, I have followed the principle of "success cycles". That is, looking at your progress and mile...
 
 
Three ways to manage your team better with Outlook
Over the past few days, I’ve been working with groups to improve their productivity using Microsoft Outlook. In my 14 years of teaching Microsoft Office, Outlook, to me, is the most underused productivity program in the entire Office suite. Contra...
 
 
Four leadership styles to get the most out of your team
The topic of leadership has been the focus coming out of our election season. While the emphasis is on national and governmental leadership, we would all agree that the level of leadership connected to all spheres of our lives can be improved. In my ...
 
 
Four leadership laws for every leader to follow
“Everything rises and falls on leadership.” – John Maxwell   There is a leadership vacuum in our country. With huge developments like Baha Mar and others on the way, the demand for strong leaders in organizations across the country is at...
 
 
Upskill yourself in four simple steps
Opportunities for growth and success are abundantly available for those who decide to plan and prepare for it. Unfortunately, what I have witnessed throughout my work is not enough people seriously taking advantage of opportunities that lead to great...
 
 
Five reasons companies fail at customer service
The fundamental purpose of a business is to get and keep customers. As a corporate trainer, I receive lots of requests for customer service training from companies large and small. It is a topic that touches every business and industry. Almost every ...
 
 

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