It dawned on me recently that I’m no longer having conversations with my clients about perfectionism. This week’s Tip focuses on the current ideals my clients are talking about that lead to business success.
What’s the best way to acknowledge someone? This week’s Tip by Loren Ekroth provides suggestions on the use of praise to reward people.
I love a good story! Don’t you? I agree with what Angie Morgan and Courtney Lynch share in this week’s Tip about using storytelling to share your leadership vision.
The words a leader uses can empower people or cut them down. This week’s Tip by Helio Fred Garcia asks you to consider the effectiveness of your communication.
What if you could access your courage at any time? This week’s Tip by Angie Morgan and Courtney Lynch provides ideas to help you find your courage.
In addition to celebrating their successes, each time I talk to my coaching clients, we look at potential obstacles that could be holding them back from reaching their goals. This week’s Tip highlights frequent stumbling blocks along with recommendations to overcome them.
What’s your role in how complex your business circumstances are? In this week’s Tip, Simon Tyler shares how reality often overwhelms you and dictates the way you operate and the reactions and responses you have. Fortunately, you have the ability to cause it to be different!
The Merriam Webster Dictionary defines conflict as the opposition of persons or forces that gives rise to the dramatic action in a drama or fiction. I keyed in on the word drama. Many times when my clients share their feelings about conflict, it’s from a negative standpoint and filled with drama. This week’s Tip by Craig Runde and Tim Flanagan, provides ways to develop your competence in working with conflict. Conflict doesn’t have to involve drama when engaged in constructively.
Assumptions can be misleading, get us into trouble with our clients and/or boss and be a big waste of time. We may think we know what others want us to do, but unless we ask the question, we don’t know for sure and then may spend time working on things that don’t matter. This week’s Tip by Donald Wetmore provides a great question to ask to gain clarity and direction.
At the end of each year, just as I ask you to review your prior year accomplishments and set your goals for the new year, I do the same exercises. Many times, I would merely tweak the prior year’s goals to create this year’s goals. Read this week’s Tip to learn how 2013 will be different for me.