We must not sit on the back of old habits and patterns. How are you ensuring that you are riding after the right things this year?
When we protect or hoard old habits, business practices or obsolete programs, it prevents us from reaching out and taking hold of something new, more satisfying, and more valuable.
“He was not a hero or a magician or a chess player, or an obsession. He was a certifiable member of the human race, direct, fallible, and unexpectedly wise when it counted." Harry S. Trumann
Our ability to create alternatives, develop options and select choices in the challenging situations that confront us, remains one of our most precious gifts. Make the most of your choices and share the gift of non-judgement generously with those around you this holiday season.
Once the day gets rolling, it is difficult to get the quiet moments needed to reset our mindfulness, resilience, and well-being. This is why it is ultra important to manage our well-being moments of truth.
Disappointment, frustration, and anger distance us from the valuable jewel of contentment.
Leaders that insist on showing their people how smart they are damage team spirit and team performance.
Organizational drama, sometimes called the “Best Management Tool Battle” takes place when people fall in love with their tools and miss what is really happening around them.
Addressing dirty work isn’t about pointing out blame, it’s about claiming it, naming it as dirty work and then setting out to clean it up.
Hidden agendas distract leadership teams and cripple organizational performance.