Stellar Performance employed its Stellar Culture Process for a health system in the Midwest USA. The process guided the company's senior leaders in diagnosing existing culture and determing the best approaches for improving it across the health system.

Stellar Teams, a workplace performance improvement company, announced it will now operate as Stellar Performance. The name change reflects the expansion of its mission to create Stellar Performance for Leaders, Teams, and Organizations in Fortune 1000 corporations.

Many of us have heard the saying that it’s not about what you know but who you know. The importance of networking is growing in relevancy, as technology is becoming more prominent than ever. Technology allows us to build connections in a matter of seconds through a simple Google search, email, or chat message.

Stellar Performance is proud to announce and welcome Chuck Stahl to the role of Practice Leader for the Midwest Region. He will lead business development and manage client engagement in the region for Stellar’s leadership development and organizational consulting services, specializing in those designed for technology functions.

Stellar Performance successfully conducted its Stellar Change Leaders Workshop for a well-known publishing company on November 14-15, 2018. The workshop is designed as a career-changing experience that prepares technologists to lead and advocate change across the technology function and the company.

Stellar Performance successfully conducted its Stellar Emerging Technical Leaders Workshop, a two-day, career-changing experience that helps participants cross the chasm from technical doer to leader and prepares them for increasing levels of responsibility. The workshop was conducted on September 19-20, 2018 in Richardson, TX, and included an assessment to gauge the perceptions others have about participants using the Stellar TechLeader-360 Survey.

Stellar Performance employed its Stellar Strategy Process for a fast-growing international firm headquartered in the U.S. The process guided the company's executive team to create and tell the story of what the company could be in five years with consensus and commitment on what it would take to get there.

I recently drove my car to the repair shop and while waiting for the mechanic to finish, I glanced down at the rack of magazines. In front of me, I saw the article Why Mom Likes You (Or One of Your Siblings) Best from Time Magazine by Jeffrey Kluger. 

The notorious myth of multitasking involves performing a number of tasks simultaneously or in rapid succession. Many Americans are guilty of it and some even believe it is helping them get more tasks done at a faster rate. 

 Plan Your Day to Beat the Sunday Blues

Have you ever experienced the Sunday Blues? There are many names for the anticipatory anxiety that occurs as many Americans end the weekend and prepare for another Monday morning. According to a survey conducted by Monster, a global online employment service, 76% of respondents in the United States report having “really bad” Sunday night blues in a poll conducted in March of 2015. When compared to the rest of the world, the United States is significantly higher as only 45% of other countries report experiencing the “really bad” Sunday night blues.


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