Raleigh, NC, March 02, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Joy Stroud Ruhmann, president of Level Up Leadership (http://www.levelupleadership.com), a Raleigh-based leadership development firm that takes a proactive approach to working with employers and staff toward the implementation of strategies that clarify employee roles, align company goals, and promote internal engagement and dialogue that results in the sustainability of organizations, has announced the release of a podcast on the topic of how to improve a company’s management process. In the podcast, Ruhmann discusses Albert Einstein’s concept of insanity, relates it to the modern organizations’ management processes and outlines the steps necessary to break the cycle of a deconstructive approach to effective leadership.
“Companies tend to repeat the same procedures when it comes to their management process, no matter the outcome, which is insanity under Einstein’s definition,” said Ruhmann. “What I work to help my clients realize is that if the process does not work the first time around, steps need to be taken to change the protocol in order to encourage success.”
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The podcast is available for download at http://bit.ly/e0FsEi.
About Level Up Leadership:
Level Up Leadership works with companies to assess critical issues of leadership, accountability and strategy-driven performance management by clarifying their organizational initiatives, aligning the goals and objectives of all employees to these initiatives, and engaging all involved so they want to make it happen. Established in 1988 as Ruhmann Associates, the firm offers organizations customized workforce solutions in such areas as strategy execution, assessment services, training services and leadership development. Whether it is building the team, enhancing leadership skills, creating a culture of personal accountability, improving hiring decisions, upgrading internal and external communication, or linking the activities of the organization back to the strategic plan, Level Up Leadership has the proven processes, tools and techniques to address the needs of any organization. For more information, call (919) 510-0055 or visit http://www.levelupleadership.com.
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