Lots of leaders love their work. They’re passionate about what they do and the “why” behind it, the very reason so many invest countless hours on the job, making every…
Want Your Accountability System to Be Effective—Even Powerful? Drive Performance With This One, Vital Element.
You’ve probably heard it before. Einstein’s definition for insanity: “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” But how applicable is this definition to your work,…
Work and life get overwhelming. We get it. At MAP, we coach clients who, perhaps like you, sometimes find themselves losing focus because there’s simply too much going on. Or…
Searching for the “next big thing” in your career can be extremely stressful. But alongside that stress is excitement of the unknown, and the knowledge that you, and you alone, are in the pilot’s seat as you navigate the process and final decision.
When leaders learn to delegate, it frees them up to do more of what’s vital to their leadership role and responsibilities. Delegation also enables leaders to empower and develop their people’s skills and abilities. But it’s easier said than done.
Leadership is a journey, a very unpredictable one at that. And so as you move along in that unpredictable journey, you’re going to need a whole spectrum of leadership characteristics.
Mistakes are part of every leader’s journey. And they’re amazing teachers if you embrace them and use them to change and grow. That’s why our world is full of brilliant, creative people who’ve spoken great words of wisdom about messing up.
External and internal challenges are almost impossible to completely prevent. As a leader in your organization, you can take steps to manage it all better. Here are four tips to become more adept at this essential operations and management skill.
You’ve likely charted the course to achieve your goals, created sub-plans with strategies that builds alignment between your people and your company’s objectives. Here’s how you can make sure you stay on course.
The better you know yourself as a leader and create discipline around your own growth and goals, the more effective you’ll be at leading your teams and the organization at large.