short thoughts, big ideas
Managers should know about the big life decisions that employees are contemplating so they can support both work and life of their employees.
If an idea, a project, a goal or commitment won’t go away and begins to consume our mind, this should be a signal that this is the right thing to do, and now.
Today, tomorrow, or six months from now, you can make successful resolutions any time of the year!
A 3-step process to help you and your employees create lasting behavioral change.
We are trapped between the organizational mission statement on collaboration and the real culture of an organization that rewards individual behavior.
How do you avoid annoying your email recipients? Especially when 8 of the phrases are used when you’re “just following up…”.
You’re biased. I’m biased. Now what?
Think of any agenda topic as a conversation in which you are either expanding your ideas and options, or you are converging ideas in order to make a decision and take action.
Empowering your team allows you to exert less effort while increasing the force they have to achieve their goals.
Sayings can be used so much that they become truths that actually guide decisions without knowing and testing their assumptions.