Recognizing your own gifts and strengths can be one of the hardest things we do as leaders. Watch our latest video to see how we can help you and your leadership team become better leaders in your organization!
As an executive leader, have you ever thought, I really wish my mid-level management leaders could make better, faster decisions, have tough conversations, courageously lead others, and be a more cohesive team? Well, they can. But more often than not, it’s you who must look in the mirror, change your own behavior and model the […]
The end of the year or beginning of a New Year is a great time to look ahead and set goals, make resolutions, and set higher expectations of our organizations and ourselves. It can also be a time when many of us look back and wish we had gotten more accomplished or done things better. […]
Our owner, Thom Cody, has been an executive leadership coach for over 20 years. He has worked with small family owned businesses, all the way up to large pharmaceutical corporations. It doesn’t matter the size or the success of the business. All executives can struggle with building great leaders and having a culture that will […]
Thanksgiving is a special time of year for us at Pathmakers. Here’s why…
I never truly considered myself a leader until I had the title of “manager,” and even then it was a difficult pill to swallow. Why? One: because I was so busy with my day-to-day obligations, it didn’t occur to me that I was being looked at as a leader. Two: being a leader is scary. […]
Change…does it make you feel like you’ve jumped out of an airplane without your parachute? Change is constant, inevitable, and usually follows a predictable pattern, especially in the business world. So, we should be used to it, right? Why does that simple word cause panic and anxiety in so many of us?
The value of strategic planning is clear when followed through upon to successful completion. But plans alone do not equal success. At the core of business success is people. “If you ever want a strategic plan that’s going to work, make sure you have somebody handling all of the things that come out of strategic […]