Based on our extensive experience working with high-performing senior-level talent, we have built a robust library of proprietary coaching content that offers frameworks and advice for practical application of executive best practices. This content is housed within our “Leadership Accelerator” content delivery tool. Leadership Accelerator is an extensive, interactive library that offers TMG’s expertise across the most important leadership topics. The library contains over 250 proprietary coaching notes and over 250 production-quality videos of 3-5 minutes in length covering topics such as “Leading Leaders” and “Developing A Strategic Narrative.” They are available on-demand for our clients to access at their own convenience but can also be powerfully paired with a TMG individual or group coaching engagement.
Time is one of the most important resources we invest in to get things done, but it is finite and offers diminishing returns on productivity. A more reliable resource is energy, or the capacity to do work. When used skillfully, energy helps us get more done with less time, in a more sustainable way. Having more energy ensures a greater capacity for work, which is a competitive advantage today.
At any time there are a number of big - often difficult - topics that are swirling around in the “social economy”. The risk of ignoring these issues, or possibly worse, coming across as tone deaf around these issues, is too great for today’s leaders to ignore. In the current social and political climate there is a baseline expectation that a leader will have a clear and expressed perspective around an issue, and in some instances, take immediate action to drive changes.
A recent report found that 78 percent of the black executives surveyed had experienced discrimination/bias outside of work and/or were fearful of discrimination or racial violence against themselves or their family – a startling statistic for those who think racial tension can be avoided by diversity alone. Even worse, 40 percent of the survey group felt that it was never acceptable to speak out at the workplace about experiences of racial bias.