It’s time to start seeing ourselves for who we really are: capable and confident!
Posts By Lisa Menke
It only takes a few minutes to connect with someone at work that will leave you both feeling more positive about the relationship, and this positive interaction has the potential to improve how you work together.
Millennials. Not a day goes by that someone doesn’t say something about the millennial generation, and that something is usually tinged with disdain. While we’ve been spending our time focusing on this generation that are now between ages 23 and 38, we’ve been pretty much blind to what’s coming next. The next named generation isRead… Read more »
Regardless of your personality, aptitudes, and preferences, when faced with a new project that looks daunting just remember – the outcome is worth all of the effort you are about to expend. Don’t look at the difficulty, but instead look at the journey ahead and enjoy the climb!
You don’t have to be in a formal leadership role to be a leader, because leadership is not an assignment so much as it is a state of mind and a practice.
We have to be willing to learn, to grow, to keep moving forward as individual contributors. If you have an idea be bold, present your idea and ask about implementing on a small scale. Start building a practice of learning and watch what happens around you.
What could you accomplish if you approached each new challenge as an opportunity for growth?
We all want to be our best selves at work but that doesn’t mean we have to give up the things that make each us unique.
My experiences have taught me that sometimes teamwork doesn’t quite make the dream work but if teammates are willing to work on that whole teamwork thing, anything is possible.
What the state of Nebraska Training and Development team has learned about eLearning development projects so far.