In our latest podcast episode, Bill Frankel joins our host, Beth Sweeney, to review the roles of mentor vs mentee, learn how to create a collaborative successful mentoring relationship, and analyze the differences between mentoring and coaching: Spotify: https://lnkd.in/d5MrT5U Apple Podcast: https://lnkd.in/dzTTZqQ Google Podcasts: https://lnkd.in/dPmtFci Stitcher: https://lnkd.in/d67ZNw7 Our Website: https://lnkd.in/da7wXqN
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“I’m taking a gap year.” Some undergraduate students are taking a year off because they are not getting the “college experience.” Learning can take place in a virtual environment, but it is proving to be very sterile. Personal growth and development are enriched when students are exposed to a combination of academic, social, and cultural […]
Corporate cultures are on the move. The “now-normal” is already causing cultures to shift…ever so slightly, but continuously. These changes are occurring, in part, because of the virtual environment where we now must work. It is also happening, in large part, because of the way leaders are responding to this new environment. I don’t like […]
“SOS” Not the universal distress call, but the key components of Emotional Intelligence…awareness of SELF, awareness of OTHERS, and awareness of the SITUATION. The more in tune a leader is with these three things the more capable she is of creating better outcomes for all parties concerned. These are stressful times for everyone. Our workplace […]
Join us virtually on Friday, June 19 for this fresh, updated full-day program where attendees will: Explore physical presence, communication, gravitas, character and the differentiating factors of Executive Presence Examine how to grow Executive Presence and practice skills in each of the arenas Initiate a personal development plan for increasing Executive Presence Delve into what […]
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“Always put the professional and emotional needs of your people before your own.” In times of uncertainty, individuals make adjustments in an effort to feel more comfortable. Leaders are no different and sometimes they allow themselves to believe that if they feel safe then their team will too. That, however, is not necessarily the case. […]
Our President, Beth Sweeney, had the honor of interacting with the next generation of leaders at Engage! Cleveland‘s event, Lunch with Leaders, in February. Beth was one of about 30 local leaders who took a few hours out of their day to inspire the attending young professionals. This was Ratliff & Taylor’s first official event as an […]
I am not required to work from home due to the situation we all are encountering. Instead, I have the opportunity to work from home and help run my company behind a roll top desk (circa 1820) my father gave me when I graduated from law school. According to Dad, my desk belonged to William […]