The Bottom Line Blog

Mike O'Neill

Mike O'Neill
Before making the leap into entrepreneurship himself, Mike held senior HR roles with two Fortune 500 companies (Shaw Industries and Mohawk Industries). He saw the difference that can be made in a company when you put a focus on building up a strong team of dedicated employees. Mike formed Bench Builders to bring that same game-changing impact to businesses of all sizes — to help you improve your Bottom Line by improving your Bench Strength.
Find me on:

Recent Posts

Are you wondering if investing in manager training is the right decision? Keep reading to learn how manager training will transform your company in 2020.

Are you looking for leadership games to teach your employees' leadership skills and team building? Keep reading for a list of 14 games to try.

Are you struggling to come up with leadership topics that will engage your managers in 2020? Keep reading for 9 leadership topics you need to include.

Do you want to learn how to create an effective leadership development plan that produces measurable results? Keep reading to learn how!

Is your company wasting cash on leadership training that doesn't work? Keep reading for 5 changes to improve your leadership training program.

Are you ready to create customized leadership workshops that produce real, measurable results? Keep reading to learn how!

Are you aware of how much high turnover is costing your company? Find out 7 causes of high turnover and get tips for how to reduce each one…

What's the ideal meeting size? According to Stanford University's Robert Sutton, it's between 5-8. He found that when well-intended managers are too inclusive with

What's the ideal meeting size? According to Stanford University's Robert Sutton, it's between 5-8. He found that when well-intended managers are too inclusive with

What's the ideal meeting size? According to Stanford University's Robert Sutton, it's between 5-8. He found that when well-intended managers are too inclusive with

1 2 3 4 5