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Steve Roesler Patient Expert

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
I am married to "B" and we live 20 miles from Philadelphia in a tranquil, wooded area surrounded by lakes. (We don't live in the woods because we were asked to leave the city--we just like it here). It's a welcome break from the many days of international and domestic travel that are a... Full Bio
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Wholeness, Meaning, and Change by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health “Meaning is a peculiarly individual and subjective thing. I wonder, if every worker pursued their own notion of meaning, how would that affect the corporate world?" ... Read on »
Be A Mentor, Learn A Lot by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health I have an idea. You and I should simply decide that we will be mentors to someone. Why be a Mentor? 1. Most of us want some help in some area of our work b ... Read on »
How To Help People Make Changes by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Defending the status quo. "That will never work." "The labor laws make it difficult for us to do a lot of the suggestions [you] put out. And we do live in a l ... Read on »
Are You Coachable? by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health This topic emerged while I was preparing for a corporate client webinar for sales managers with the simple title,  "How To Coach with Confidence". A lot of good research ... Read on »
Have You Thought About Talent This Way? by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health You don't pay much attention to what seems to come easily to you. And you should. I just finished a mid-career assessment with Mike. He has a grouping of talents tha ... Read on »
Get The Most From Assessments by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health How is your organization using professional assessments? Self-assessments, 360 degree feedback, assessment centers, and other similar tools are widely used in the wo ... Read on »
How About Those Difficult People? by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health For more than twenty years I've been working with clients on "How To Deal With Difficult People." It sounds kind of grim but it's really satisfying. Why? Becau ... Read on »
Becoming A Better You by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Had a chance to read the galleys and excited for my good friend, Dr. Peter Vajda, on the launch of his long-awaited book "Becoming A Better You."    For a l ... Read on »
When Managers Ask "How?" by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health I'll tell you how. How to build individuals and teams. How to create the conditions for motivation and engagement. Here it is: If you are a manager giving an assignm ... Read on »
Decisions: Confused or Conflicted? by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health You and I go to meetings where the decision-making can seem unbelievably confusing. And how about those decisions where we just can't seem to arrive at a peaceful co ... Read on »
Use Words That Connect by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health You need to find the connection between people's needs and wishes and your own goals in order to genuinely be influential.  When asked how he became influential, for ... Read on »
Life Choices: Bitter or Better? by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health How do you feel about your life: Bitter or Better? Your answer will color everything about your existence. At home, at work, with friends. A while back Stephe ... Read on »
Employee Retention: How About "Thanks!"? by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Here are some thought-provoking statistics: "Research by UK performance improvement consultants Maritz has found that almost one in five of us (19 per cent) have nev ... Read on »
Presenting? Take A Pause For The Cause by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Logical pauses serve our brains, psychological pauses serve our feelings."-- Stanislavski Watch a really good stand-up comedian. You see pauses between jokes. Sometim ... Read on »
5 Ways To Increase Your Influence by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health "You cannot antagonize and influence at the same time." J.S. Knox Alignment This is one of the great buzzwords of our time. When used consciously, it's also t ... Read on »
Ask The "Why?" Question by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health You and I hear messages all the time about action. "Just do it." "We're falling behind in our sales figures. Get out and do more." "Don't just stand there--do so ... Read on »
Add Goals To Your Passion by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Are you passionate about what you want to do but concerned about your progress? No problem. You're part of a large club. About 45% of us prefer to live our li ... Read on »
Target The Right Audience For Your Talents by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Hide not your talents, they for use were made.  What's a sun-dial in the shade?      --Benjamin Franklin (1706 - 1790) Everyone is talented at something. Everyone. ... Read on »
"Ahas!" Might Just Surprise You by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health "Aha. Time to Make a Change!" I'm headed out the door to meet with what I thought was a former client. He called and said "I've got to talk with you about the assess ... Read on »
Stamina and Leadership by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health The cheetah survives on the African plains by running down its prey and can sprint 70 miles per hour. But, according to the TV documentary I was watching, the cheetah ... Read on »