What did your company do with these unexpected travel surpluses? If you were the CEO of your company, what would you do with the travel budgets that were not used last year?
What is happening in your business? Are your great ideas living in isolation? Talking about knowledge sharing means little if you practice knowledge hiding.
Have you ever ask the executive team for more resources or a bigger investment and came away empty handed? All too often the presenters, with legitimate needs, were talking about small rocks.
Leadership teams can benefit from executive team guardrails, designed to help teams stay safe, become effective and focus on what only they can do.
Have the constraints of restricted business travel, fewer or no face-to-face customer meetings, and home office isolation prevented you and your organization from achieving your goals?
How well does your leadership team encourage others to share their struggle publicly, so you and others can provide the appropriate support for innovative solutions?
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
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.