Leadership and Business Management Articles by Priority Learning

At Priority Learning, we strive to be an online resource for all levels of an organization! That is why we take the time to publish articles each month written by our professional staff as well as exceptional leaders in the field. Over the years we have created a library of leadership articles, business management articles as well as articles on other topics that will help you develop your employees or advance your career.


 

Authentic Beauty
I've heard a lot of comments lately, mostly from young women, about their dislike for their bodies and how they look. Hearing how these young women view themselves and define beauty is sad. It's hard to understand how smart, talented, beautiful young women can see anything other than what they...


The Uncivil War
Civility costs nothing and buys everything. -Mary Wortley Montagu When Franklin D. Roosevelt became president in 1933, he had been completely paralyzed from the waist down, following a bout with polio, for more than ten years. The recent PBS series "The Roosevelts: An Intimate History" explored his significant disability and how...


Sandwich Leadership
You've probably heard of the sandwich generation. It consists of those of us who are responsible for the care of two generations at the same time. We're navigating the changing relationships and increasing dependence of our aging parents while raising our children. I'm not sure there's anything more stressful, and...


Business Coaching: A Blueprint for Success
So often, the focus on the advantages of coaching centers on individual benefits - meeting a goal, overcoming an obstacle, discovering new opportunities. When coaching is part of a corporate strategy, these same benefits come together to enrich the organization as a whole. In a business environment, coaching is a powerful...


Leadership Intangibles
Does this sound familiar? People are lining up to see you outside of your door more and more. Tensions are high among people who normally seem calm and reserved. Something's wrong but you don't know what. Faces tell you that words of reassurance are not congruent but you don't know...


Coaching: What's In It For Clients?
One of the most common questions I hear from people who are thinking about working with a coach is "How will this benefit me?" To answer this, I want to cover two important topics: Why people choose to work with a coach How your coaching skills benefit others Why people choose...


Hope Faith Belief and Support (The Spirit Side of Humans) Part 3
How do you handle the next 2 to 3 weeks; the waiting period and fear of the unknown? My story continues. Thursday, May 30 I called a friend of mine that is a heart surgeon and I told him about my situation and circumstance and wanted his advice. He recommended that I...


Summer Landscaping
Last year when we were getting our southeast-side deck ready for summer, we decided to ask Zach of Cape Landscapes to build us a rock wall and it really turned out to be the best thing we could have invested in. In winter, we were able to decorate with some cool winter...


Ode to Joy
This spring more than many in years past, I am finding joy. Perhaps it is that the long, long, winter thankfully met its end after a particularly valiant fight. Or the sun-warmed breeze that gently tickles my skin as it passes. Or the heart-flutters I experience while watching my darling children...


Hope Faith Belief and Support (The Spirit Side of Humans) Part 2
How well do you perform your daily tasks when you have a life threatening situation with very little control? My story continues. Saturday, May 25, 2013 my CT scan was completed. Now the wait begins and questions flood my mind and everyone else, who knows what is happening. Awkward silence within the...