This article offers leaders a chance to explore five critical components linked to high-performance: Connectivity, Collaboration, Creativity, Common Purpose, and Celebrations.
Some people are ‘good’ with change, and others are not. Each person has their own threshold when it comes to change, so knowing your team and what those change thresholds are is incredibly important.
For the first time in our history as a nation, we have five generations of employees working side-by-side. This provides leaders the opportunity to leverage skill sets across diverse groups of people to elevate their organizations to new and exciting heights.
One of the most exciting aspects of leadership is being able to take a group of people from ‘Point A’ to ‘Point B’ in a way that they likely could not have gotten on their own. That, by definition, is a coach. I want you to see yourself in that light – as the head coach of your team.
Here are the 15 things that every leader can automatically do every day to elevate themselves, and their organizations.
Over the past 20 years, I’ve explored hundreds of articles to discover what it might take to do this ‘crisis management’ thing well. I’ve landed on seven ‘secrets’ that you can access on a daily basis with your team. If practiced with consistency, each one will work to diminish the fear, anxiety, stress, and uncertainty that we all feel at varying levels.
Human beings have been dealing with conflict for as long as they have inhabited the Earth. You’d think after all this time we’d be able to get it right by now – but we continue to fall short. So, I thought it would be a good idea to address how we perceive conflict, deal with conflict, and work to understand our challenges with conflict.
The science behind successfully achieving your goals IS a science. You have to be intentional, you have to force change to get different results, and if you can commit, you can get MASSIVE results.
Commit to the goal setting theory. The science behind successfully achieving your long term goal is science of the brain. Your motivation must be intentional. You have to force change to get different results. If you can commit, you can get massive results. But first, you must convince your brain.
What is Emotional Intelligence? The theory of emotional intelligence was developed by Dr. Daniel Goleman in the 1990s. In its concept, it is the ability to regulate your emotions, as well as the emotions of the people around you. Similarly, the definition of Emotional Intelligence (EI) is the capability of individuals to recognize their