To do your Great Work, you need three attributes: focus, courage and resilience. But at the forefront of it all should be courage. According to the late and great Maya Angelou, “Courage is the most important of all the virtues Read More
Time is something we all struggle with. It goes too quickly, catches us off guard, is wasted or seemingly stolen from us. But what if there were a way to better manage it? If not to control the nature of Read More
Been playing it safe lately? Maybe it’s time to make a bold, brave move.
Today my guest blogger is Phil Wilson, the author of The Approachability Playbook: 3 Essential Habits for Thriving Leaders and Teams. Phil has spent years researching — and showing — the connection between approachability and successful leaders. So I’m thrilled that he Read More
Today I’m speaking to Nicole Bassett and Jeff Denby, the founders of the Renewal Workshop. The Renewal Workshop is a very cool start-up apparel company that helps apparel brands close the loop on their products. They partner with companies to help Read More
When I came across the two articles for this week’s Twofer, I couldn’t help but smile. I hope you’ll feel the same way when you read them. The first offers a great reason to reconsider the notion that a gruelling Read More
How can you be the peacemaker, the negotiator and the bring-the-team-together catalyst?
People who have a great reputation tend to succeed, and that often becomes a virtuous circle: success leads to improved reputation; an improved reputation leads to greater success. What are you known for? Discover the distinction between resumé values and Read More
Business leaders are always looking for ways to improve on-the-job coaching and performance management. (Or if they’re not, they should be!) This week’s Twofer explores how managers can succeed on both fronts. Coach’s Corner: Creating Workplace Success Today’s workforce presents Read More