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As leaders, when we are not continuously monitoring our behavior, we miss the bad form that results from this lack of self-monitoring. Make sure to look into that mirror at the end of every day and ask yourself, “What was my impact on my team today?”
During times of radical uncertainty, leaders can be paralyzed by reading and hearing what appears to be conflicting advice. Do you hunker down and do what is necessary to fight another day? Or do you take courageous action and choose to set a new course for the future? Let these 5 steps be your guide.
Many leaders say they feel working remotely has gone well, and that productivity is high. But a recent study showed that two-thirds of respondents are operating at the pace of a run or a sprint. Is the pace of work sustainable?
Becoming aware of, and reducing unconscious bias is more critical now than ever. Noticing “differences” as potential threats takes place in our emotional brain. But our neo-cortex, or executive function of the brain, can lean in and make thoughtful, logical, reliable, and useful decisions.
There is no magic solution to oppression and a lack of inclusiveness. It will require a commitment from all of us to a never-ending journey towards making real the vision of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for all.
Commit to excellence, surround yourself with people who share that commitment, and lead others to places they only dreamed of going. Real-world examples show a common playbook for sustained success.
Research shows that 30 – 67% of individuals believe their leaders are incompetent. And if you think you are in the competent group, you may actually be more likely to be classified in the incompetent group. Here’s why.
Investing in an executive coach brings an outside perspective to your organization, and partners with you and your leaders to reach your full potential. They help leaders build new habits around how they think and behave, in order to build and maintain high performing teams.
Understanding the competencies and underlying personality traits that are important to remote work can help you assess if it is the right move for your workforce.
As humans, we may never become totally skilled and talented in everything leaders need to do and be. Accepting this in yourself and others demonstrates the courage, resilience, and humility required to be an effective leader.