Managers should be interested in developing their workers. Employee development is good for morale and good for the organization.
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Duality creates binary problems in a world whose outer edges extend well beyond the boundaries that duality offers. We can’t find solutions with our dualistic thinking. We can only create more problems. That's why we need a third path.
Imagine you just completed a big project. For the most part, you consider it a success, but inevitably no project goes 100 percent according to plan. While the “woulda/shoulda/couldas” are fresh in your mind, it’s easy to assume you’ll remember them when it comes time for the next project. Learn how a retrospective can help.
Leadership resolutions are not just commitments to yourself but to others who count on you. To increase the likelihood of your following through, write them down. Then share them with others. Your leadership resolutions for 2018 are ones you’ll want to keep.
Developing servant leadership as part of your style is a natural evolution — if you are open and aware. It leads to a more holistic approach that outlasts any individual’s charisma and provides for your organization well into the future.
"We the people" are really not much different from each other genetically. We all share similar experiences too.
As you approach 2018, remember that you can remove roadblocks and find your niche – even in the midst of change. Discover how you can survive even if your proverbial iceberg is melting. Read these eight tips to get started.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to motivating and recognizing employees. Leaders must invest the time to know their employees and meet them at their needs.
This notion of a high tolerance for failure honestly does not make any sense. We become educated, get training in our jobs and search for a mentor so that we can be successful in our careers. Companies and governments do not hire employees to fail.
We don’t need to ignore the mess or abandon our agenda to change things for the better. But we won’t bring about positive change being the critic who stands on the sidelines and points out flaws without offering a better way.