What’s your philosophy on leadership? In other words, identifying how you see yourself as a leader will help to identify what you stand for and clarify your actions and behaviors.
Posts By Andrew Rahaman, Ed.D.
Like a sports athlete, we as “organizational athletes” have to develop the rituals that improve the major domains for peak performance.
As communications changes from corporate communications to corporate conversations, it’s up to leaders to make sure they’re keeping up.
How we engage others through our behaviors creates the culture we want. Here’s how you can create the culture your team needs for organizational success.
We need conflict; without it, we limit creativity, collaboration and our social capital. However, we need to reframe it as differences in how we see things and as having a positive outcome.
We often say “our people are our greatest resource.” We also understand the pivotal role supervisors and our coworkers play in allowing us to actualize ourselves at work to be the best we are and can be. Do your part to engage others.