To Thrive as a Leader, Your Need to Cultivate Your Curiosity Thriving in today’s businesses need leaders who are curious as trends change in the blink of an eye. Curiosity is your key to cultivating your curiosity. Looking around and exploring what you can take advantage of is your opportunity to seek and finding sometimes
How You Lead Can Get Different Results For some time, you wanted to revamp your business, but not sure what the next steps should be. This month I decided to write about Leading with Heart as it seems appropriate for Valentine’s Month. Look carefully to see whether you have what it takes to lead with
Stop Doing Busy Work that Is Not Productive I don’t mean to trivialize the important question of how you achieve your work. Have you thought about what work you do that is not productive? Let’s spend a few minutes on this topic. Are you losing money? Did you know that the more that you work
Where Will Your Leadership Take You? The end of the year is always a good time for reflection, and it seems appropriate to reflect on starting with the end in mind for next year. The new year provides a fresh start, a new beginning to accomplish better goals and increase productivity as well as profitability.
Characteristics of Credible Leaders The majority of employees do not trust their leaders. A leader is one who knows the way and shows the way. Evaluating and forming opinions about you as the leader, employees see you in a different light than you see yourself. The specific characteristics or qualities you show demonstrate your credibility
With a different way of using thinking style and learning to help your employees create, innovate and produce greater than they have been, implementing psychological safety as a strategy gives leaders a way to create high-performing teams. Leaders of a company want employees to get along and be productive in the work they are given.
Be a Leader Who Can Admit Mistakes - We all make mistakes. When someone makes a mistake, the ego can prevent him from admitting that. All leaders make mistakes as well. Making mistakes is a part of a leadership journey. It’s easy to call someone else out when they make a mistake at work. It’s
What’s Your Breeding Ground for Complacency? There’s nothing like that feeling of success. On the opposite side to success, is a dangerous shadow called complacency. And complacency, unlike other dangers, is quiet. The saying goes – success breeds success. But success is never overnight. There’s an eagerness to push the boundaries, and to look for
Is Your Ego Helping or Hurting Your Leadership Your ego is a powerful tool and if used right will help you have the level of confidence you need. Ego is a Latin word that means “I myself. All mindsets feed the ego. recognizes how to play to their strengths and identify the gaps to help
Doing the Tasks that Need to Get Done Just like eating vegetables you don’t like to eat, you have tasks and responsibilities as a leader that you really don’t like to do either. What can you do about them besides delegating them? We all have to do things that we don’t like doing. Leadership is