What type of power do you use to get things done? In this tip, Michael Neil reminds of us of another type of power that is available to us and what we can do to tap into it.
This Tip explores the impact of the word I chose for 2014, and shares my new word for 2015. It’s amazing what a single word can inspire!
Plagued by office politics? This week’s Tip provides strategies just for you.
Stuff happens. And when it does, are you prepared to handle it? This week’s Tip provides actions you can take to turn those problems into opportunities.
In the previous Tip — Do You Have a Signature Conversation Style?– we talked about your communication style and how it could be impacting your effectiveness. This Tip highlights other behaviors that could get in the way of your being a great leader. I hope none of these ring true for you.
In this week’s Tip, Amy Lyman shares a metaphor using the collaboration and contribution that each part of the orchestra adds to make the piece outstanding. She then applies that to business. A great reminder!
December is filled with holiday parties. Be strategic this year. In addition to spending time with colleagues in a relaxed atmosphere, use this time to connect with people who could be mentors for you. Angie Morgan and Courtney Lynch provide suggestions on how to find a mentor and then capitalize on the relationship.
My life has recently improved because I asked for help (much later than I could have). This week’s Tip poses four reasons why you, too, may not be asking for help. Read on to see the benefit of reconsidering this philosophy.
How many times have you been told you are really good at something? How about the opposite, that you aren’t very good at something? This week’s Tip is a reminder that you can always learn new skills.
Leading your organization is not an easy task. This week’s Tip shares 5 traits that will help you get there. I’m working with a number of young entrepreneurs who are building their businesses or departments. I love that they are considering their blind spots and getting support to address these areas. What better way to become an even stronger leader?