A confused mind says NO. If you confuse the people around you, the overall performance will be greatly reduced or even eliminated.
Being a leader requires the ability to build rapport with your team. Those following you must have good reason to do so. Every time you have a one-on-one, you have a big opportunity to add to and build that individual rapport.
We all find ourselves occasionally reliving events and circumstances from our work and home lives. The same negative events repeat themselves without positive change.
Spend any time at a particular company and you will find yourself part of an informal network. This network is above and beyond the boxes on the org chart. Your ability to build and effectively manage the networks around you might just be the single biggest advantage you might have as a leader.
When you feel distracted or unproductive, the first thing you might think about is focus; as in “I need to get focused.” This conjures ideas of laser-centered attention to one thing. Actually, you may have the idea of focus all wrong. Dr. Jim Taylor writes in Psychology Today: “Let me introduce a term and...
“My employer” was named by 75% of those surveyed worldwide as the most trusted institution in the recently released 2019 Edelman Trust Barometer. These findings from the annual report, now in its 19th year, reflect the significance of building and maintaining trust in the workplace.
At some point in everyone’s life, three questions haunt your thinking. Who am I? Why am I here? And where am I going? Perhaps you’ve visited these questions more than once, stopping at various stages; the ones we think of as defining moments. Events like getting married, having children, changing jobs, buying a new...