If you’ve ever worked for a “control freak,” you know how debilitating this can be in terms of doing your job in an empowered, productive way.
We all wish we lived in a world full of honest people, including leaders. But we don’t. While many of us worked for those we trusted, some of us have worked for people who, over time, we came to distrust.
At MAP we’ve found that when good leaders overlook the importance of certain habits that relate to how they’re perceived by others, their image is tarnished to some degree.
Prestigious honor pays tribute to leadership and teams who’ve used the MAP Management System™ to build company-wide success.
Most of us have a deep desire to feel connected, or belong. It’s human nature. So when you feel like someone in your workplace doesn’t like you, it can hurt your morale.
We’ve all known or heard of leaders who have refused to call it quits when they should have. Clinging to some problematic idea, business direction, strategy or “solution.”
If you’ve been wanting to change your habits, take that first step and learn to spot your triggers. Stop choosing the old mindset and replace it with something new and, ideally more beneficial.
The need to win at all costs can lose the respect of your team, undermine morale, performance, and productivity.
Whether those are related to your team, external competition, or unforeseen crises, how you deal with it can make or break your success.
Hope by itself is not a strategy for success. Make things happen using your talent and abilities to succeed.