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A Lesson on Leadership

by Executive and Organizational Coach, Deborah Huyer We are so focused on leadership and being great leaders  – but if you look behind you and no one’s following – you could learn some lessons from the “Dancing Guy”. A great leader understands the role and importance of the “first […]

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Business Accelerator Program Transforms Businesses | Whitsell Innovations

Robin Whitsell, Founder and President of Whitsell Innovations, transformed her full-service medical and scientific writing company into a million dollar business after participating in the People Biz Business Accelerator Program. Designed by People Biz Founder and Managing Director, Alicia Marie; the Business Accelerator program is a unique […]

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The Power of Group Coaching

Here at People Biz, Inc. we are a firm believer in group coaching. Not only does it link professionals together, but it is also a great opportunity to receive coaching while benefiting from the successes and challenges of the other participants. What most people don’t realize is […]

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It’s Lonely at the Top

Being an entrepreneur is tough. From the very beginning you are expected to be the CEO, CFO, and a multitude of other roles; and even when you do gain employees, everyone is still looking to you for answers.  With so many roles and expectations to fill, it’s […]

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Get a Bonus Month of Coaching

When you enroll in a 20 session package during April 2016! Coaching is a facilitated dialogue designed to move you from where you are now to where you want to be. People often confuse coaching and consulting. While many of our coaches also work as consultants, individual […]

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Michelle Shemilt Published on Huffington Post

People Biz, Inc. would like to congratulate past Business Accelerator Program participant and coaching client, Michelle Shemilt, for publishing her first guest-blogger piece on Huffington Post. Her piece, “How Getting Laid off Led Me to Follow My Dream,” details Michelle’s courageous leap from the corporate financial world […]

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7 Reasons Every Small Business Needs an Organizational Chart

By business coach, Alicia Marie As a small business coach, I have most certainly heard every conceivable argument against having an organizational chart, from “we are a team here” to “organizational charts are all about power and control” and everything in between. What about why you should […]

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How to Excel as a Manager

Effective communication skills are one of the most essential skills of our lives and especially important in teams and organizations. As we grow and gain more life experience, we come to the realization that our traditional style of communication known as command and control, or tell and […]

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The Benefits of Effective Communication

To wrap up our “challenges managers face” series, we will discuss what effective communication is and how to promote it in the workplace. Do you find yourself telling employees to do something only to have to tell them again? This is what we call the “command and […]

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How to Motivate Underperforming Employees

If you’re just tuning in, read our previous articles on the challenges mangers will face! No matter how effective you are in hiring the right talent, there will inevitably be occasions when employee performance issues arise. An employee who was once enthusiastic about his or her job […]

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