As we contemplate our goals for 2016, consider these suggestions for recognizing and navigating the stumbling blocks we sometimes put in our own way.
Posts By Mary Vail-Grube
Almost 60% of U.S. employees are not engaged in their work.
For the last seven years The Dallas Morning News (The News) has created a list of the Top 100 Employers in Dallas-Ft. Worth. The companies are large, medium, small, public, private, non-profit, and across all industries. From within each size category they select a Top CEO. Every year, The News solicits workplace nominations, and then employeesRead… Read more »
The message was this: everyone is in it for themselves here and we will look for someone to blame when anything goes wrong. I couldn’t protect my team and everyone became unwilling and fearful players in the “blame game.”
Collaborative leadership has been described as “the intentional and skillful management of relationships that enables others to succeed individually while accomplishing a collective goal.”
A positive mindset, lightheartedness, optimism and yes, downright fun, all have an impact, not only on your own feelings of well-being and happiness in your life, but, also on your job success and the effectiveness of organizations.
I’ve been spending some time on that theme of lessons learned as we grow older and gain experience in our professional lives. Maybe you can set aside some time in the next week or so, to reflect on in the impact in your life of past bad behavior, or mistakes, and identify ways to reset… Read more »
Are your colleagues and managers wondering who you are? Do you have a brand? And, if you have one, are you sure it’s what you want it to be?