Pamela Stambaugh

About Pamela Stambaugh

Pamela Stambaugh, MBA. Managing Partner, Harrison Assessment Talent Solutions. President, Founder, Accountability Pays. For 30 years Pamela has advised business leaders to improve performance, productivity and results, including five years as a Vistage Chair. Her specialties are team facilitation and employee engagement.

Some Kernels of Sage Advice for Building an Effective Team

The importance of having a well-oiled, well-equipped and responsive team has been known and practiced for a long time. Great leaders in history such as Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar were able to conquer whole populations with their teams. Certainly now, as then, the quality of a leader is the predominant driver of the [...]

What Elicits Optimal Performance from Millennials?

According to Jeanne Meister, the “Millennial Generation” is the future generation that we might look at as the next stage of adaptation to the world of the work. These future workers were born between the 80s up to 2000 and will represent, by 2030, 75% of the global working force Jeanne Meister, (photos compliments [...]

7 Key Characteristics of a Great Conscious Leader

Entrepreneurship and leadership are fun, but they also can be a huge challenge. How do you grow your business in a way that is long term sustainable whilst also rendering enough profits such that you can invest in your people and infrastructure? How do you do this without totally giving your own life up because [...]

Why does your What not Work? Could it be Behavioral Preferences?

This blog is a sticky one that could cause reactions. Some folks are open to suggestions, to opinions, to thoughts of others and some are not so much. Optimally, a co-worker would know when to hold the line on their opinion and when to ask for more information before coming to a conclusion. The territory [...]

Pamela’s Blog for Conscious Leaders — an idea generator & reality checker for leaders

Pamela's Blog for Conscious Leaders — an idea generator & reality checker for leaders What does your leadership pipeline look like for the New Year? Every day for the next 18 years, 8,000 Americans will turn 65, beginning with today’s 47-year-olds. This inevitable “retirement gap” will create many open positions, challenging companies to find skilled [...]