• Embrace Change

    Questioning your personal or organizational mission? Stress and aggravation are part of the job – not the whole job. How do you transition from beleaguered boss to motivated leader whose vision impacts the organization – and yes, changes the world. We can help.

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    Embrace Change
  • Unexpected Leader

    Overwhelmed by unexpected responsibility? Aspiring to top management may not have been part of your career plan. But, now – you’re the boss. How do you turn this opportunity into value for you and your organization? We can help.

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    Unexpected Leader
  • Work-Life Harmony

    Struggling with work-life-balance? Of course, you are. Getting the most out of your work and your personal life  has never been tougher. And it’s the same for your employees, your partners, and your customers.

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    Work-Life Harmony
Welcome to Insight Business Works. World leaders, legendary CEOs, Hall of Fame athletes, Oscar winning actors as well as top professionals in every field imaginable share one common experience: they value coaching.  We've got the training and experience to transform your corporate culture with a focus on leadership development, executive coaching and team building. Contact us to find out how we can help your organization achieve its goals. 

Executive Coaching

“Excellence is not an accomplishment. It is a spirit, a never-ending process.” — Lawrence M. Miller
Although mos…

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Talent Selection

“Ability is what you’re capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it…

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Addiction in the Workplace

Employees are every organization’s most valuable asset. CEOs and other top executives know that keeping their emp…

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  • Insight Business Works Tip of the Week Be an Emotionally Intelligent Boss.  Great leaders connect with their employees in meaningful ways.  They remember their names and acknowledge contributions in a specific rather than general way (e.g., "You are so organized and on top of the details; I really appreciate that.").  Lou Solomon in  her HBR article, "The Top Complaints from Employees About their Leaders" gives other simple suggestions:  give feedback often, remember people's names, ask employees for input.  These are basic things emotionally intelligent leaders do--but if this is not your strong suit, hire a coach and seek feedback from others regularly.