Stop Killing Women With Kindness

3 questions to test if the Protector Bias is holding women back in your company. Posted: June 26, 2017 in Training Magazine Article Author: Sara Ross, Senior Research Consulting Partner, Institute for Health and Human Potential After six years of working for a mining company, Joanne was considering leaving. It wasn’t due to a lack of Read More

Busting the Biggest Delegation Myth

When it comes to delegation most of us have heard the old saying “if you need something done, give it to a busy person.”  It turns out if we believe this, we are setting ourselves up for disappointment and burning out good people. So how should we approach delegation?  Well the answer may be found Read More

The New Enhanced Emotional Intelligence Program

IHHP launches Emotional Intelligence Version 14! Empower Your Trainers to Impact Your Culture The Institute for Health and Human Potential (IHHP) is excited to announce the roll out of the newly enhanced version of our world-renowned and award winning Emotional Intelligence (EI) program. Over the past couple of years we have asked how we could Read More

Your Leadership Reputation

“Poker Face” and Other Idiosyncrasies…Detractor or Enhancer? “Yes, Tom has that reputation – that’s just how he is…” “Well that is good to know, I thought I tanked my first presentation with his division!” “You’ll see it’s just one of his idiosyncrasies and that’s why we’ve nicknamed him ‘poker-face’. Tom never reacts or responds to suggestions Read More

How Not to Become a New Year’s Resolution Cliché

“So what is your resolution for 2012?” I asked a friend over the holidays. “Resolutions??!! I don’t do resolutions, they are so cliché. People make their resolutions in January, break their resolutions by February and then spend the next 11 months feeling guilty about them until it is time to disappoint themselves again the following year.” Although I was initially Read More