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Dr. Paul Schempp is an award-winning researcher, keynote speaker, author, consultant and recognized authority on developing leadership expertise and improving team performance. To have Dr. Paul speak at your next event, call 706.202.0516, email him at Dr.Schempp@PerformanceMattersInc.com or visit his website PerformanceMattersInc.com | more information about Dr. Paul Schempp
Jul 7, 2022

Mentoring Leaders

2022-07-07T17:23:10+00:00July 7th, 2022|Performance Blog|

Mentoring is a significant and meaningful professional developmental relationship between two people.  It can take different forms such as workplace mentoring, youth mentoring, or academic mentoring as well as taking on different shapes such as reverse mentoring or peer mentoring. [...]

Jun 26, 2022

How Leaders Inspire Team Engagement

2022-06-26T21:58:52+00:00June 26th, 2022|Performance Blog|

An interesting study with 17 executives sought to discover how these leaders engaged their staff and inspired employees to go above and beyond in their work (Yanchus, Brower, & Osatuke, 2020). The interviews yielded specific, actionable best practices. Most salient [...]

Jun 7, 2022

How Leaders Inspire Dispersed Teams

2022-06-07T21:11:16+00:00June 7th, 2022|Performance Blog|

We don't work together anymore--at least not all in the same place at the same time.  Dispersed teams have become a new normal and leaders need to adjust.  Intersecting social identity theory and leadership research, a study highlighted the importance of inspirational leaders who, [...]

Apr 5, 2022

The Power of the Optimistic Leader

2022-04-05T22:17:28+00:00April 5th, 2022|Performance Blog|

With a rollercoaster economy and political turmoil at every turn, these are indeed difficult and uncertain times. The future is an unsettling unknown.  Interestingly, research finds that in times like these people become either pessimistic or optimistic (Rigotti, et al., [...]

Dec 10, 2021

Should a Leader Use Humor?

2021-12-10T20:35:17+00:00December 10th, 2021|Performance Blog|

Recent research finds that a leader's sense of humor can significantly increase employees' sense of belonging while decreasing their feelings of workplace loneliness; both of which increase team performance (Yang, & Wen, 2021).  It does, however, need to be the [...]

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