No aspect of executive responsibility is easy as company leaders develop strategies to navigate their companies through the market’s inevitable ebbs and flows. Nevertheless, no aspect of a leader’s role proves more difficult than when a business strategy leads to a necessary reduction in staff.
The Millennial Imperative: Your Business Success Depends On It
The millennial workforce has been the subject of thousands of articles, books, and more for the past decade. Even so, companies’ shifts toward effective attraction and retention of millennials have been slow—and costly. Gallup found that millennial-related turnover still costs the US economy $30.5 billion annually, with only 28.9% of millennials saying they are engaged […]
The Skill You Need to Fuel Your Business Impact
Michael climbed the ranks to become CMO at his company because of his intuition of market trends and his creative, quick development of innovative ideas that kept his company ahead of the curve. His creativity, though, is also his weakness; Michael often becomes so fixated on an idea that everything else grows irrelevant. He also […]
5 Key Things to Look for in an Executive Coach
At PROMARK, we understand the pressure of choosing a coach and want to help you make the best coaching decision for yourself or a team member. But maybe you’re still asking, “Why would someone pursue coaching?”
Being an Employer of Choice
The simplest definition is an employer whose employees love to come to work and job seekers would love to work for. Employers of choice cultivate work cultures where engagement and alignment are the anticipated outcomes of intentionality, transparency, compensation, and inspiration.