Category: Leadership

THE LEADERSHIP DEFICIT—FACE IT, FIX IT, AND FLOURISH!

The Leadership Deficit—Face It, Fix It, and Flourish! first appeared on Training Mag, a 50-year-old professional development magazine that advocates training and workforce development as a business tool. The changes wrought by technology, globalization, and generational transitions in the workforce are presenting greater and more complex challenges than any we’ve ever faced, and they are… Read more »

Room without a Roof

It has been a while since we have posted on our blog even though we have been sharing our vision for building great workplaces and developing great leaders and their teams in other publications and conferences. Yesterday, I, like many Americans, waited with some small hope (like the hope one has after buying a lottery… Read more »

Are We Seeing Glimmers of Strategies for the Workforce of 2040?

T. H. Easter Consulting has been talking with clients about preparing for the workforce of the future for a few years. Now it looks like some companies are taking proactive steps in that direction. We know that the Millennial Generation is looking for more flexibility, greater work/life balance and more meaningful engagement in their work…. Read more »

Our Leader is Gone, Now What?

Given the instability that is being fomented in this presidential election, it seems timely to consider how the United States has managed a massive leadership transition every four or eight years up to this point without outbreaks of violence, rebellion or war. Rough and tumble though the campaigns may be, no one outside of a… Read more »

Making Leadership a Core Value

ORIGINALLY POSTED ON LAW PRACTICE TODAY WRITTEN BY SUSAN BROOKS ON DECEMBER 14, 2015 There is very little doubt that Donald Trump is a big personality. And he certainly knows how to make money. But does that make him a good leader? This question isn’t just idle speculation these days, as at this writing he… Read more »

#MindTheGap – Millennials’ Perspectives of The Leadership Gap

There’s a leadership gap, and it spans beyond the inner circle of senior management. Today’s millennials believe company leaders focus on profit and reward when they should focus on people. Millennials want their leaders to prioritize employee well-being (37%) and employee growth and development (32%), according to the 2015 Deloitte Millennial Survey – profiled recently… Read more »

These Four Easy Observations Provide a True Gauge on Diversity

Elementary, Dear Colleagues: Four Easy Methods to Get a Real Gauge on Diversity Is your company still checking the diversity and inclusion box? Terri Hartwell Easter advises clients to take a walk around the office and use these four simple observations to gauge the real impact of your company’s diversity efforts.      • Look at your… Read more »

Missed the SHRM Diversity & Inclusion Conference?

Did you miss last week’s SHRM Diversity & Inclusion conference in New Orleans? Here’s your chance to reap the benefits of T.H. Easter Consulting’s evolved approach to achieving diversity and inclusion goals: leadership development. Download “The Leadership Deficit: Impact and Opportunities for Diverse Managers and Leaders,” today. Need an Engaging Speaker to Address the Toughest… Read more »

The Leadership Deficit is in Your Control

Leadership Despair or Leadership to Spare? Only 21% of managers believe their organization’s leadership practices are very effective, according to the results of a recent study conducted by APQC and sponsored by T.H. Easter Consulting. The future of great organizations depends on cultivating great leaders. If you’re among the 79% who are in leadership despair, T.H. Easter… Read more »