Unspoken assumptions are often at the root of miscommunication between leaders and their direct reports. Misaligned mindsets are also at the root of confusion about who should be doing what and when. This blog provides an example that will guide you to be able to surface the unspoken assumptions and clear up misalignment.
To do a good job coaching and developing the individuals on your team, senior leaders need both the drive and the right personality strengths. If either the motivation or the ability is missing, an executive coach can make a great partner.
It is well known that one of the key roles for executive leaders is getting the right people in the right seats. And, it is clear that this is easier said than done. Barb Krantz Taylor provides some strategic considerations for getting this right.
It takes a lot of compassion and resiliency to thrive right now. And, it takes patience—for yourself and others—as we all learn a new way to be normal at work and/or at home. If your patience is being stretched thin, here are three tips.
When work, life, and anything else start building up, what are your favorite go-to’s that remind you that you will survive? Barb Taylor is having one of those weeks and she shares hers.
Leadership wisdom comes from many places and in many forms. Barb Taylor’s dog Fire teaches her 4 fundamental lessons.