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Motivating Your Employees At The Mid-Year Review

A critical competency as a seasoned leader is being able to motivate employees to perform well throughout the year. At performance review time, however, you may face hesitancy and resistance to feedback. How can you keep them motivated while offering suggestions for improvement? Let’s dive into effective communication so your input aligns with your employee’s

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Mid-Year Employee Performance Review Part 2

  Mid-Year Employee Performance Review Part 2 Getting prepared for performance reviews is a must this time of the year. Checking in on goals and performance is best practice at  mid-year , as it ensures a higher probability of success at year-end. Here’s how to make the mid-year performance review effective and efficient for you

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Mid-Year Employee Performance Check-in

You’re at mid-year and in the lazy days of summer. It’s time to conduct employee performance check-ins. I talked about checking in on goals  last month.  The reason it’s the best time for this important management practice is to set your team up for success by year end.  Scheduling regular monthly (or even quarterly) check-ins

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How to Enjoy Summer & Complete Your Mid-Year Goal Check In

It’s the beginning of summer and the years almost halfway done! Therefore, it’s time to calibrate where you are with mid-year goals. You may really want to “check out” during these summer months, yet it’s a perfect time to do a mid-year goal check in. Examine what’s working, what’s stalled and where you need help. Review

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See How These Leaders Improved Their Resilience

I’ve spent the last four weeks diving into the four resilience domains of Rolin McCraty. Now it’s time to share how some of my followers have applied each of these resiliency domains (physical, emotional, spiritual and mental) in their leadership journeys. Physical Resilience “I was newly promoted into a director role in my company a couple of years ago.

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How to Be Mentally Resilient When Things Get Tough

School’s out, vacations are starting yet looming deadlines and potential missed goals are causing you to feel stressed. Allow me to introduce mental resilience as the final of the four resilience domain models by Rollin McCraty.  What is Mental Resilience? Being mentally resilient means you keep calm in the face of adversity and power through hardship.

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What’s Spiritual Resilience?

Are you experiencing some heated situations in your business that matches the heat outside? If that’s the case, the blog for this week is about spiritual resilience, which can help you as a leader. This month, I’ve been talking about the four resilience domain model by Rollin McCraty Your spiritual resilience is the ability to maintain a positive

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How’s Your Emotional Resilience?

Business, like life, can be a roller-coaster ride, full of ups and downs. This month we introduced the importance of the four intrapersonal resilience domains of physical, emotional, spiritual and mental. We will explore the emotional domain this week. What is emotional resilience? If you’re the type of person that can adapt quickly to setbacks, keep things in

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Why Is Physical Resilience Important?

Now that it’s spring, you may be reflecting on the state of your business and your upcoming mid-year goals. When you are feeling work stress and anxiety, then it’s time to pay attention to your own physical resilience. Last week’s blog covered how you can approach adversity through the four resilience domain model (physical, emotional, spiritual and

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Martha Forlines BLOG Developments

I’m just back from spring vacation at the Florida coast. This is an early morning view that is total joy for me! I want to thank you for reading and following my leadership BLOGS. I really enjoy working with leaders that are continuous learners like you. I’m excited to announce a few changes to my BLOGS going

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