I don’t know about you, but one of the most refreshing things about starting a New Year is the clean slate it provides. In the spirit of motivation, let’s focus on how to ignite and build consistent momentum for yourself, your team and your organization.
What does the practice of gratitude mean to a leader in the business landscape? This holiday season, I challenge you to give yourself and others the simple gift of gratitude, creating new habits around the spirit of “thanks.”
Is your team frustrated because they have no blueprint for success? They might be clueless about what success looks like—the expectations for it have never been clearly outlined and communicated by their boss. Want to achieve greater results? Here are three areas when you need to set high expectations:
A lot of people ask me, “As an executive leader, how do you create an environment where the people who ultimately report to you can look you in the eyes and criticize you for the sake of the business?”
What’s the best way to transform yourself from hustling entrepreneur to foundational CEO? Being a founder of a company and working as a CEO take two very different skill sets, and having one doesn’t mean you’re good
There’s a huge difference between being an entrepreneur and being a CEO. The drives are different, the needs of the business are different, and the skills are different.
Looking back on my time as CEO, and at my life today, I don’t think there is such a thing as “work-life balance.” It’s more like work-life integration.
Companies get stuck all the time. So do people. They get trapped in a constraint, don’t know what to do, and don’t know where to go for help. The good thing is, you don’t have to stay stuck.
If you think about time as a limited resource, where are you spending yours? Are you having meetings just because you’ve always had a Tuesday meeting?
Here’s something to think about: If we’re going to be great in our businesses and as individuals, we have to first figure out where we’re coded to be great.