Roy Osing (@royosing) is a former President and CMO with over 33 years of executive leadership experience. He is a blogger, content marketer, educator, coach, adviser and the author of the book series Be Different or Be Dead.
What Is the Best Way to Describe High Performance?
When someone does a great job delivering results, how do you describe what they’ve done? When the product of their efforts goes beyond what is expected, what words do you use to capture the moment?
How Can HR Make a Difference in Recruiting the Best?
I give HR a mixed review on their effectiveness as the organization’s agent to bring in the talent necessary for long term success.
Why Do Successful People Forget the Things They Were Taught?
To have a successful career and be an indispensable employee to an organization, there is one thing you have been taught for most of your life you must turn your back on.
4 Powerful Ways You Can Tip Without Feeling Guilty
The hospitality industry expects you to tip their employees and employees expect to be tipped. Your bill arrives, and, under the guise of making it easier for the customer to calculate the tip, owners provide at least 3 options; the minimum amount is usually 15 - 18% and it heads north from there to at least 20% - remember when the minimum was 10%?
How Does a Leader Encourage Creative Thinking Within an Organization?
It starts with values. It ends with culture. The values of the organization promulgated by the leader must specifically include the desire to encourage innovative behaviour in all employees.
How a Leader Can Eliminate the Dysfunction Between What Strategy Says and What People Do
One of the biggest issues in any organization is the lack of congruency between what the strategy says to do and what people actually do on a day-to-day basis.
If You Want to Change the World, This is How It's Done
So you have an awesome idea for a new business. You think you can make a difference in the world and make tons of money like some others before you have. How should you proceed?
Life after Leadership
There isn't life AFTER leadership; there's life WITH leadership. My formal organizational career passed 14 years ago when I was relatively young, after a 30 year career as an executive leader.