Share information. Create clear goals and objectives. Teach that it’s o.k. to make mistakes. Create an environment that celebrates both successes and failures. Support a learning environment. Let teams become the hierarchy. Read it All!
Tips to unlock your creativity: You need to “sit” longer. Get away from your normal routine. Go for a long walk, exercise more Take an art (woodworking, sculpture, gardening) class Put yourself around people who are high performers. Read the … Continue reading
“I don’t know.” “I was wrong.” “I’m sorry.” “Would you help me?” “What do you think?” “What would you do?” “Could you explain this to me? I’m not sure I get it.” Read the rest.
by Heidi Grant Halvorson 1. Get specific. 2. Seize the moment to act on your goals. 3. Know exactly how far you have left to go. 4. Be a realistic optimist. 5. Focus on getting better, rather than being good. … Continue reading
There are as many introverts as extraverts, but you’d never know it by looking around. Introverts would rather be entertained by what’s going on in their heads than in seeking happiness. Their big challenge is not to feel like outsiders … Continue reading
Work will be Modular Work will be Mobile Work will be Cause-Balanced Work will be Smaller and Bigger Work will be More Goal-Aligned You have to read it all!
My favorite from the list: Think less about what you want and more about what they want. Tap into who they want to be. Ask -how can I help you get where you want to go? Provide opportunities for failure. … Continue reading
When it’s time to change trajectory? Know that stopping comes before starting. It’s frequently the hardest step. Nothing less than brutal honesty takes you there. People don’t like to admit to themselves that they aren’t getting where they want to … Continue reading
The world has changed…and so has the business world. Take a look at Seth Godin’s hierarchy for determining your rank on the linchpin hierarchy. How far do you push your boss? Read More. Read the the Linchpin Book.
How many times have you heard “TGIF?” Are you living for the weekend? Wasting the majority of your time in day to day weeds that prevent you from seeing that you are able to work to build the Kingdom of … Continue reading