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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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Are You Strong Enough To Ask For Help? by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Employee engagement, management engagement, leadership, passion in the workplace. . . These rallying cries fill books, blogs, and backroom banter. The real issue: ... Read on »
Earn Your "Change Chips" Early by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health If you want to change an organization, you start by changing the patterns in which people talk together, the things they talk about, the frequency of their contact an ... Read on »
Business or Busyness? by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Recently I met with a corporate Executive VP in New York City. I'll call him Phil. Phil said his division was struggling. But instead of leading the charge to turn th ... Read on »
Still Doing More With Less? by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Hope you can join us on the Ken Blanchard Livecast: Read on »
Coaching Builds Commitment by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Did you know that the majority of employees today expect their managers to coach them? At the same time, managers are concerned that they won't have all the answers. ... Read on »
Leadership's "Big Three" by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health We say we want a mentor, a coach, a trusted advisor. We want to grow and become more effective. We ask for help. For "feedback." This is what you need to make ... Read on »
Grow By Subtraction by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Most career inventories and branding activities are additive. They ask you to identify success factors by adding up your talents, hopes, and goals. That's part of the pr ... Read on »
Career: Self-Leadership & 3 Key Variables by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health You, Your Boss, Your Organization Shortly after my 27th birthday I landed the ideal job following graduate school: Director of PR for a college in New Jersey. I repo ... Read on »
How Many Choices Do You Really Want? by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health The rallying cry of sales reps, product managers and politicians is "Choices! We offer choices!" My observation?  We really don’t like having too many choices. I ... Read on »
Persuasion and Sales: Sure You Can by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health You've heard it: "I could never be in sales." Monitor your conversations for a day. How often are your really trying to convince someone to see things your way? ... Read on »
Leadership, Stamina, and Heart 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 »
Tips to Pinpoint Real Issues At Work by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Often, when people tell us about something that's worrying them, they talk "around" the topic. Counselors call it the "presenting issue." It can be difficult for them ... Read on »
It's About the "So What?" Factor by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health You'll either be giving, or listening to, a presentation or pitch of some sort this week.  When we speak, our audience has a set of mental scanners with blinking lig ... Read on »
Telling The Truth About Talent by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health If you want to be the person who offers real value in a Talent Management discussion, then be the person who demands the truth about performance. Organizations are a ... Read on »
Presentation? 3 Quick Tips by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health One of the benefits of delivering a lot of speeches is the chance to watch others, and learn from them as well. Here are three things that I've learned and used alon ... Read on »
Some Advice on Advice at Work by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Be careful when you give advice--somebody might take it." Anonymous. Most of us enjoy giving advice. If you're a manager, it may even make you feel a lot more manage ... Read on »
Five Messages That It's Time For A Change by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health If you've ever wondered what executive coaches really do that's truly valuable, it's this: We create a relationship that enables people to clearly see reality. L ... Read on »
Managers: Increase Feedback, Reduce Stress by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health "Whatever is unresolved becomes a stressor" Managers add stress to their lives by postponing important conversations and letting them build up until their heads star ... Read on »
Merry Christmas To All by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord. --Luke 2:11 Read on »
Developing Talent: Strengths + Weaknesses by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Have you noticed people making excuses for poor performance or ugly behavior by invoking the "It's just who I am" defense? Lets have a close look at this: Research ... Read on »