What is EQ? EQ is similar to IQ; IQ stands for Intelligence Quotient whereas EQ stands for Emotional Intelligence Quotient. EQ is a measure of your ability to monitor, identify, understand and use emotional information, whether it comes from you or from somebody else.
Are you looking for ways to increase employee engagement and improve organizational culture? Then focus on using purpose.
Women who leave your organization either join your competitors or become your competitors by launching their own businesses. In fact, as of 2010, there were more than 8 million woman-owned businesses in the U.S.
Once you understand the history, traits, and culture of each generation, you can then better speak each generation’s language, which builds rapport and trust. The result? Higher sales, improved bottom-line results, and increased employee retention.
How will you lead the future workforce? There are big changes coming to American organizations. In order to survive and thrive in the very different workplace of tomorrow, organizations need to know, plan and stay in front of these changes.
Today leaders and managers need winning strategies to avoid the costly pitfalls of high turnover, low morale, and poor collaboration—not to mention the high costs of missed deadlines and incomplete projects.
Transformational Leadership & The Future of Work
Mortgage Women Magazine is the preeminent publication and resource for women in the mortgage industry. Kristin Messerli, founder and managing director of the magazine, asked me to contribute an article to their September edition. You can see that article below, as well as the full magazine. The online publication can be found here. My article, To Retain […]
It’s back-to-school season and that feeling of gearing up to succeed is contagious. The first lick of fall often nudges us to focus on our goals. It also reminds us that the year is 75% over and we need get in gear if we want to finish strong. If you’re a woman and an entrepreneur, […]
There is no shortage of information on how to deal with difficult employees. In fact, I wrote a book about managing even the most unruly employees. Yet it’s not only employees who can be difficult—managers can be challenging to work with too. In fact, a Bossology survey found: 48% of respondents would fire their boss […]
The unprecedented changes in our industry will require the next generation of leaders to continuously recalibrate their approach to prepare for the workforce. Anne’s expertise and insight provided invaluable perspective to help our Leadership Pathway participants develop a solution set that will help them achieve success.- Arlen S. Oransky, Senior Vice President, Money Management Institute
Anne Loehr transformed our management team with her coaching presentation! She offered simple, easy-to-use tools to successfully coach our organization’s talent. Our managers and supervisors walked away from her training feeling motivated and confident that they could help their employees achieve higher performance and drive better business results for the firm.- Nikial M. Boston, Regional HR Director, Nixon Peabody, LLP
Anne is an engaging speaker whose knowledge, insight and perspectives helped to broaden our views on diversity and inclusion, ourselves and the business environment in which we operate. Speaking across all generations, her message is not just relevant, it is essential to planning and preparing for future success. We thoroughly enjoyed working with Anne and look forward to working with her again.- Justin Snell, Co-Chair of Diversity & Inclusion, Bennett Thrasher, LLP
Anne Loehr came into our Metronome tribe and became a very trusted leadership guru for us. Throughout our 12 month Leadership/Culture Development Program with Anne, we went from a group of passionate folks who yearned to know more to a tighter family of confident leaders.- Virgil Patrick Virga II, President, Metronome, LLC
Having Anne Loehr speak at our annual meeting was a really great decision and we all learned something from her individual sessions. Anne’s experiences have positioned her well for speaking on the subject of purpose in the workplace as a main driver for engagement and performance. Her thought provoking approach and involvement of the audience made for a very unique experience, enabled lively interaction and meaningful connections.- Greg Storat, President, Paper Shipping Sack Manufacturers’ Association
Anne Loehr was an outstanding keynote speaker and her talk at the Department was very well-received. In fact, employees are still having discussions about the event!- Brenda Greenberg, Public Affairs Specialist, US Department of State