By Linda Gray, Senior Vice President Executive Search Often times we confuse intent and impact. Some of the best-intentioned people don’t realize they are neither sending the right message nor creating the impact they desire. It can act as a demotivator for those receiving the unintentional effect. If you have ever had someone say to […]
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The Leaders Studio is pleased to present a full day interactive workshop on Strategic Thinking and Planning. Bring your own strategic initiative to work on with our coaches throughout the day. You’ll bring back actionable steps to fully engage your team and bring your BHAG(Big Hairy Audacious Goal) to fruition. Tickets are available now.
It’s time to lighten up! Great leaders recognize that their work and the role they play is serious business, but they don’t take themselves too seriously. They have a way of making people feel inspired instead of pressured…and they figure out how to have the greatest amount of fun during the most difficult of times. […]
“I want to give a big shout out to my Executive Search Team for achieving a whopping 56% of repeat clients over the past 4 years! Thank you all for your commitment to delivering exceptionalism on every search so Ratliff & Taylor is the go-to retained search firm for our clients! So proud!” — Linda […]
I am often guilty of trying to become some of the leaders I admire most. I start mirroring their mannerisms, energy levels and word choices. I’m not sure if it is driven by my desire to become the leader they are or my lack of confidence in the leader I am. Incorporating the positive attributes […]
The Leaders Studio at Ratliff & Taylor will be bringing two new programs to Pittsburgh in May. Developing Executive Presence and Powerful Presentations will be happening at the RLA Learning Center on May 9 and 10. For more information or to purchase your tickets, please visit our Eventbrite.
I am not always proud of the person I see in the mirror, but I am proud of the person I am trying to become. All too often, I falter in my role as a leader and it is never a heartwarming moment. The easy way out would be to say, “Hey, I am the […]
I have a friend. He is a pretty good leader, loves his people, and they know it. Occasionally, however, he lets his emotions get the best of him and says something hurtful to someone. He immediately regrets his actions and apologizes, hoping any damage can be repaired and that amends can be made for his […]