Change Management = Change in Management 

Change is an inevitable aspect of life, but it’s not always easy to embrace. Nevertheless, growth requires change, and both personal and business growth necessitate learning and doing something different.  The critical factor determining the success or failure of change initiatives is leadership quality. According to a Harvard Business Review article, employees are losing patience … Continue reading Change Management = Change in Management 

Decoding Behavioral Tools: Predictive Index vs. DiSC Model

In order to get the best performance from your people and build a world-class organization, you’ll need to understand how psychology meets workplace dynamics. This is where understanding your teams’ behaviors can actually help you predict high performance. That’s why KMP proudly partnered with MindWire to provide a solution that helps you put the right … Continue reading Decoding Behavioral Tools: Predictive Index vs. DiSC Model

How Documentation Will Make or Break Your Business

Here at KMP Consultants, we understand the need for predictable and scalable growth. It is what every company strives to achieve, but did you know that documentation is a key part of reaching this goal? The ability to turn on and off the flow of leads, sales, and client fulfillment will help your company control … Continue reading How Documentation Will Make or Break Your Business

What Exactly is Servant Leadership?

A note from Karen:   Scott Knutson is a valued partner of our team at KMP Consultants. His Servant Leadership program offers key insights and solution for companies working to build a stronger, more employee centric culture. As we’ve been discussing over the last few months, the post-COVID environment has put leaders in the position to … Continue reading What Exactly is Servant Leadership?

The Rise of the Post-Covid Leader: Soft is the New Tough

We have long understood that a poor manager is the most significant factor in an employee’s decision to resign. Yet, a study conducted by Careerbuilder reports that 58 percent of managers said they didn’t receive any management training. How can that be?  The top factor of an employee’s job satisfaction level is the quality of their relationship … Continue reading The Rise of the Post-Covid Leader: Soft is the New Tough