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Assessing your organization’s bench strength and identifying areas of improvement are essential to the longevity of your company.
Once our minds are made up on important matters, changing them can be as difficult as stopping a train hurtling at full speed, even when there’s danger straight ahead.
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.
Can you win the game without knowing what winning looks like and the rules of the game? Suz Feely explains why the answer is no.
Coaching can help leaders to find a balance between humility and boldness (ambition), whatever your personality tendency.
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.
How has your track record of “dealing with ambiguity” been working out lately? Sal Mondelli offers examples of how “adjusting while you are on the course” can be a guide to success in an ever changing environment.
As a leader, it is important to understand each person on your team. This includes what motivates them, how they want to be recognized, what type of emotion (I.e. empathy, anger, encouragement, passion) they respond to better and what will shut them down. This helps you get the best of your team in their work. When they are at their best, results increase.
Leadership wisdom comes from many places and in many forms. Barb Taylor’s dog Fire teaches her 4 fundamental lessons.
Leaders and employees of good conscience are engaged in a healthy tension in trying to discern the path forward in addressing DEI concerns.