Leading by Example by Monique Daigneault

There are many paths to becoming an effective and successful leader. All of them begin with leading by example and modeling the behavior you want to see in your team members. By creating an inclusive, collaborative work environment, leaders build a culture of accountability that inspires the people around them. As long as you are …

Creating a Safe Place for Employee Communication by Monique Daigneault

Leaders of the healthiest and most engaged workplaces know the importance of offering as supportive an environment as possible. Creating a safe space for employee communication is vital to the success of the organization. However, “safe” doesn’t look the same to everyone. For some people, it’s a lack of discrimination, while for others, it’s being …

Communication Techniques for Female Leaders by Monique Daigneault

Effective communication as a female leader in the workplace is an essential skill. Female leaders have to be prepared to overcome any inherent gender biases that may exist. Unfortunately, it is still common in many organizations to not prioritize nurturing women leaders or to fail to amplify women’s special perspectives in ways that disrupt or …

Ego and Confidence in The Workplace by Monique Daigneault

There are important differences between ego and confidence, especially if you are a leader. One of the most notable differences is that confident people want to be successful while those with big egos are more concerned with looking successful. Let’s take a look at ego and confidence in the workplace and how, as leaders, one will promote growth and …

Three Tips to Transition from Peer to Supervisor by Monique Daigneault

Making the move from coworker to manager can – and should – be something to celebrate. It’s not a milestone everyone reaches. If you have the opportunity to take on a leadership role after working as an individual contributor, there could also be a few bumps in the road. Here are 3 tips to successfully …

Onboarding Employees for Success by Monique Daigneault

If you are a leader who is hiring, it’s extremely vital to have an effective onboarding process in place in order to curb turnover and increase the rate of retention for new hires. The cost to an organization can be significant if employees leave within a short period of time – not only financially, but in other …

ZG Worldwide Consultants_ Roster of Associates

ZG WORLDWIDE CONSULTANTS Your Resource For A Broad Range of Specialized Business Consultants & Subject Matter Experts Refer below for a summary for each consultant in our global network, effective May 20th, 2022. For a full roster of associates: ZG Associates pamphlet 5-20p Highlighting our newest associate: Helping Foreign Companies Expand Into North American Market  GABRIELA …

Presentation Skills for Leaders by Monique Daigneault

As a leader, proficient presentation skills are necessary to encourage the audience to make some kind of change. An effective presentation inspires action. If a presentation is merely delivering information, it probably won’t have the desired effect of eliciting the type of initiative a leader wants to see in a team or in any part …

Getting to Know Your New Boss by Monique Daigneault

There are many reasons why you might experience a change in managers. Perhaps you are a new hire to an organization. Or your current boss is replaced by another leader. Maybe you have changed teams and are now reporting to someone different. Whenever one of my clients experiences a change like this first they want …

Behaviors that Put Your Leadership at Risk by Monique Daigneault

Today’s workplace can be challenging, even dysfunctional, and many things may seem outside of your control – like climbing the corporate ladder. Are you trying to improve your skills and get promoted amidst these roadblocks? Did you know that you might be sabotaging your efforts with seven flawed behaviors?   Not only that, but you …