Servant Leadership Competency Assessment for Small Business

Would your employees see you as a servant leader? Would they say that you’re a person of integrity? Do they have the sense that you serve a higher purpose? Do you communicate persuasively? Regularly show appreciation?  There’s no better leadership than putting the... Read »

Small Business Leader Must Also Be a Coach

As the owner of a small business, you give answers and tell people what to do. But your people also want a boss who understands their goals, taps into their strengths, and helps them make meaningful contributions. So the small business leader must also be a coach.... Read »

Implement Servant Leadership in Your Small Business

We can help you implement servant leadership in your small business. One of the services we at Inspire Results Business Coaching provide is to modify content and tools generally written for large corporations and make it useful for small business owners. This month... Read »

Firing Someone Can Mean You Care Enough About Them

  I talked to a business owner recently who had kept a woman as his office manager for 2 years when all along he knew she wasn’t good for his business. He hated the idea of firing someone. Finally he had the conversation with her to tell her that he was letting... Read »

Never Walk by a Mistake

For most of us, accountability only happens once frustration boils over! It’s not thoughtful and planned; rather, it’s reactionary and out of control. The 1st woman in US history to achieve the rank of 4-star general, Gen. Ann Dunwoody, said the most important lesson... Read »

When to Have an Accountability Conversation and How

Deciding if and when to have an accountability conversation with a team member is crucial in your small-mid size business. And once you decide to have an accountability conversation, there’s a process you can follow that will make it easier… even natural and... Read »