Based on my extensive experience of leadership and team collaboration, there’s no better way to embrace this paradox than to collectively solve problems and make decisions with the people you lead.
Regardless of your exact work situation, you’ve got to have the energy for it. If you don’t, you’re running straight for a wall…and fast. Have the courage to move away from work that depletes you and toward work that energizes you!
With 2021 in full swing, it’s time to look at what we’ve learned from the chaos and uncertainty of 2020 and how we can adapt to and succeed in the ‘post-pandemic’ world in 2021.
This article will help you clarify what’s happening on the inside so that you can rebalance and “find your flow” in 2021 – despite the chaos and uncertainty around you!
It is crucial that the feedback you get is valuable – especially feedback about your Blind Spots (things about you known to others, but not to you). This is a big challenge as this information can be hard to come by, especially from your team and direct reports. However, for you to grow and develop yourself, it’s critical that you get access ASAP. Success in achieving your goals depends on it – especially the ones that really stretch you. This article aims to help you tackle this challenge.
Without clarity, nothing works.
To lead change, inspire others and help your team perform at their best, communication has to be crystal clear.
That is, if you want to do these things well.
Your ideas and arguments can always be more convincing. You can always be more persuasive. From a complex political issue to a change initiative at work, a lot of people are sitting on the fence. So if you feel strongly about the merits of your idea, help them make up their mind.
Not only has laughter been scientifically proven to improve your physical and mental state, it’s a valuable resource in times of stress or struggle. It also help you build up personal resilience.
One tool or method no longer works to manage complex change. Or complex emotions.
Increased awareness leads to action with a clear intention – deliberate action that’s connected to your key goals and priorities. It also leads to previously hidden options and clears the way for positive change to emerge. Next step, Peak Performance.
The key to getting your employees to give high performance is to understand what motivates them. The secret to understanding what motivates someone is asking them questions to uncover their truth. This article offers 5 strategies + 5 actionable tips to get to access someone’s truth.
Allowing yourself to be influenced is the best way to improve your own influencing skills. This article provides 3 actionable tips to help you do just that.