LeaderSharp Group is a full-service leadership development company based in Calgary, Alberta, with a team of Associates across Canada.
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LeaderSharp Group is a full-service leadership development company based in Calgary, Alberta, with a team of resources across Canada.
LeaderSharp is committed to protecting and caring for the health and well-being of our clients, staff, Collective members, sub-contractors, vendors, and the businesses we serve.
We are looking for a part-time Producer to support our facilitators and coaches in creating an engaging and enjoyable experience for our clients.
Leaders and team members are struggling to maintain cohesion and synergy with their team members in this virtual world. We continue to adapt, but many team members are reporting greater...
To help teams work more effectively with others, we've released a three-part experience this month, 'The Five Behaviours® for Virtual Teams Experience".
Trust is an essential ingredient for teams to work effectively together. Many of the great thought leaders of our time have pointed to trust when describing effective team performance.
Success in any field requires a clear understanding of the most effective ways to communicate with others.
We'll be discussing the need for great leadership and why Leadership Development was broken. We'll explore the top 6 trends and how these current trends (including “The COVID Effect”) are changing the...
Leadership is evolving, and leaders have greater responsibilities than ever for workplace wellness. Never has this been more critical -and simultaneously more difficult! -than in recent months.
Professional development, that supports your growth as a leader, should not be a side gig paid out of pocket. Not even now during a downturn.
Change can be disorienting.
Most companies acknowledge that change is now a strategic imperative. Why we need to change is well understood, and what to change into is solved by redefining vision and strategy.
Picture an iceberg. As you probably know it floats with only a small portion of the ice sitting above water.
Many leaders describe themselves as coaching employees when they're actually mentoring them. Because of this, many organizations may be missing out on opportunities to develop leaders as coaches as well...