Make a commitment to pay attention to those who’ve mastered something you admire, adopt what they do, adapt it to your needs, and become an astute leader with a more effective style.
To effectively lead, you’ve got to look at motivation as a strategy for getting results and build in daily activities that support this discipline.
When you get involved, you take ownership of problems that aren’t yours to solve, which can become a real headache if the solutions don’t work.
Wherever there is human interaction, gossip just always seems to manifest and, left unchecked, can seriously damage the culture.
They are part of your unique identity, and guide your decisions, behaviors and actions. Values don’t just define who you are and what you do, but they provide…
Key denominators to success: Disciplined leadership, empowered teams and company-wide alignment to Vital Factors® Goals.
It puts people around you at ease, helps them get perspective, and reveals a less formal, more “human” side to you—all of which can enable more open lines of communication.
Overcommitting and over-scheduling oneself with must-do activities creates a dangerous trap into which leaders commonly fall. Suddenly, you realize you have no energy, no enthusiasm…
It’s OK to be the star on stage when the moment calls for it, but start a new discipline of routinely sharing the limelight toward others who deserve it, too.
It’s the end of another year, a perfect time for looking back at your personal performance and conducting a comprehensive review of 2013.