It helps to use this construct that Sinek offers to conceptualize our ways of thinking because we will find ourselves in situations where at times we are in an infinite mindset or a finite mindset.
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I asked Curtis Luthye, Executive Director of the American Red Cross Montgomery, Howard, and Frederick Counties Chapter, to share some insights on the important work he does as a leader of this dynamic organization.
There is a saying that trust takes forever to build and a moment to break. What can you do to cultivate or restore trust?
Much of our work has shifted into virtual spaces, and many may rely on email even more than previously. Try these tips to improve your email communications.
We have had to bring together our roles, finding new ways to move between or blend them, and infuse leadership in different aspects of our lives.
The big rocks are those unshakable things in your life that must come first and cannot move. Identifying your big rocks first helps you set priorities.
Can you think of a time you made a decision without all the information you would have liked to have at your disposal? The reality is that we make decisions like these every day in both personal and professional contexts.
Having assisted several executives over the years with their performance plans, I will share some advice that may help anyone serving in a proxy role.
If you are a federal employee, similar to being “telework-ready,” in the context of emergency preparedness, you should always be “ethics-ready.”
Organizations promote professional development as a bedrock for success, but you still have to chart your own course to get where you want.