The Trust Edge
By Wendall Pietersen
Those who are trusted are effective. Trust, not money, is the currency of business and life. In a climate of trust, people are more creative, motivated, productive and willing to sacrifice for the team. What happens when the business gains the trust edge? Building from work the work of David Horsager Wendall Pietersen highlights the necessity of trust in business relationships.
David Horsager’s work can be found at www.davidhorsager.com
Mind the Gap – Preparing to Lead
By Jim Sheegog, MSW, BCD, Joan Roberts-Eastman, MOCS
Tomorrow’s challenges wait for no one. With this in mind Rowhill advisers address how to go from “Being there” to “Becoming Tomorrow’s Leader”. Using the four D Model of Decide, Declare, Data, and Discipline we look at how to make practical yet meaningful change in your leadership habits.
Guidelines for Distance Coaching
By James F. Sheegog, MSW, BCD
During most of Rowhill’s residential programs, we often structure coaching between peers and faculty to reflect on lessons learned while away from the classroom setting. The following article are guidelines Jim has set as standards during the peer and faculty distance coaching to get the most value from the experience.
Getting Beyond Accidental Leadership
By Ken Graham, PhD
Too often people are thrown into a demanding position and expected to know how to lead those around them to success. Ken explores how new leaders should be selected and prepared for these uncomfortable positions to accomplish their full potential.
What to Say
By Ken Graham, PhD, Steve Mitchell, MBA, James F. Sheegog MSW, BCD
The current state of the global economy makes for difficult discussions in the work place that are tough to train for. Rowhill Faculty tell you how to prepare for the conversations that come with the economic climate of today in this article.
Seven Essentials of Mentoring
By Ken Graham, PhD
Ken Graham briefs us on his tips and guidelines for mentor and protégé relationships based on his experience of being in both positions. Follow these rules to get the most out of your mentoring experience.