Have you ever heard an athlete say something like this after a dismal performance: “I didn’t have the right mindset today. I just wasn’t ready, so I didn’t play well.”
Have you ever noticed periods of your leadership that were less effective and satisfying than others?
Have there been times when your trust among employees or the work environment you created seemed to suffer?
Have you ever experienced the difference between a prideful leader and a humble one?
Or the remarkable change in work environment between a leader who was clearly “for you” as opposed to someone who seemed obviously against you, or only in it for themselves?
Do you want to see change this year? Would you like to improve the health of your organization and people? How about reducing turnover costs and improving efficiency?
Leaders are navigators plotting the course of their life and teams. So how can you lead yourself better today in order to become the person and organization you want to be tomorrow?
Every leader knows the challenge of building precise, yet effective strategic plans. They also know that sometimes organizational and strategic clarity seems all but impossible to achieve. Check out our latest post to find out how the “Organizational Clarity” tool can help.
Time to make the difficult decision that you don’t want to make, but know you need to…
If you want to become a good leader, or better yet – a great leader – then there is one thing that must happen. This one thing is not fun, nor is it inspiring, and rarely is it ever written about. But this one thing is crucial…
“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”
While viewed by many as a reminder to be “tough” and to not give the words of others more power than they are due, the fact is that this long-standing bit of wisdom is simply not true.
Is it possible to anticipate change as you envision the next season of life? Do you constantly feel like you’re grinding gears in the face of difficult transitions?
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