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TimYeomans

About Tim Yeomans

Tim, with his extensive background in education and management, is a great part of our Fired-Up team dedicated to inspiring teams and leaders. At Fired-Up, our work is dedicated to harnessing the power of culture to equip leaders, build amazing teams and align operation practices to delighting the customer and drive breakthrough results.

Practicing Mindfulness when Choosing Teams

2021-01-01T00:01:37+00:00

Creating the Team Methodically and carefully performing the steps necessary to assemble, mold, nurture, and empower a great team, is arguably the most important foundational responsibility of a leader. With each step, one seeks to position the members in roles where their talents and growth potential can offer maximum value in achieving the goals of [...]

Practicing Mindfulness when Choosing Teams2021-01-01T00:01:37+00:00

Stewardship

2020-12-31T23:12:57+00:00

Stewardship: Choosing Service over Self-Interest by Peter Block Order on Amazon Our Overall Rating: 9.2/10 Usefulness Rating: 9.0/10 Stretch Your Thinking Rating: 9.7/10 Our Main Take-Away: Stewardship is a time-tested volume of insight and wisdom that [...]

Stewardship2020-12-31T23:12:57+00:00

Positional Authority Is Not the Endgame

2020-12-22T17:50:37+00:00

A True Demonstration of Leadership Leaders who have experienced long-term success while navigating the many challenges of the ever-changing business world, share a very similar mantra when speaking about how they empower team members and equip them for success. With very little variation, revered business leaders such as Jack Welch, Oprah Winfrey, and Rosa Santana [...]

Positional Authority Is Not the Endgame2020-12-22T17:50:37+00:00

Getting Mad is a Leadership Mistake

2020-12-17T17:11:45+00:00

Losing One’s Composure Sends the Wrong Message People in leadership positions are faced with many challenges and burdened with many responsibilities. While the team they lead may be aware of some of these, it is likely that they will never be fully aware of the demands and challenges that a leader must be willing to [...]

Getting Mad is a Leadership Mistake2020-12-17T17:11:45+00:00

Making Room for Team Members to Grow

2020-12-17T17:10:18+00:00

Dangers of an "All-Star" Team Meeting with a CEO of a business with 250 employees who spends his evenings and weekends coaching youth football, sparked a very interesting leadership conversation. He related that leading his business and his theory on coaching was very much the same. “Find the best eleven players and let them play [...]

Making Room for Team Members to Grow2020-12-17T17:10:18+00:00

Mentorship as a Retention Tool

2020-12-17T17:10:04+00:00

Leadership Checklist ✓ Managing well for the purpose of leading well is something you as a leader deeply understand. Having an excellent organization, systems within your company that empower the team members, and a focus on making and exceeding the goals through focus and hard work. You regularly checking the expenditure and revenue reports for [...]

Mentorship as a Retention Tool2020-12-17T17:10:04+00:00

The Waterhole Vs. The Fence

2020-12-17T17:09:50+00:00

Herding Cattle - A Surprisingly Good Analogy for Leadership In countries where there are vast expanses of grazing land, such as the United States and Australia, the need to manage, maximize growth and protect the value of large cattle herds occurs with differing approaches to the challenge. In the United States, hundreds of thousands of [...]

The Waterhole Vs. The Fence2020-12-17T17:09:50+00:00
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