Feedback is a great tool to assess your leadership skills. This Tip by Roger Connors and Tom Smith provide 9 ideas to get you started.
It’s time to assess the first quarter of the year and determine what you should start, continue and STOP doing in your business. This Tip focuses on how to know when to STOP.
What’s your belief about using the words “I don’t know” in your business conversations? This Tip by Loren Ekroth explores why so many people find these three words hard to say and the benefits of using them.
Even the strongest decision makers can get stuck with a significant or complex choice. In this Tip, Simon Tyler offers 6 techniques to help you access clarity, intuition and a way forward.
Are you the type of person who, when confronted with an opportunity, always says, “Let’s go for it!”? Or are you the type who holds back, examining the pros and cons before making a decision? This week’s Tip explores how the second, more cautious type can become more comfortable with taking risks.
Are you a “confidence” player? There is a huge difference in how you show up and perform when you are confident vs. not confident. This week’s Tip by Simon Tyler provides some steps to make a positive shift to confidence.
This week’s Tip has you stop and reflect on the first half of the year. Using the questions, consider what you have accomplished. It’s enlightening and energizing!
Simple but true words in this week’s Tip by Stephen Covey – “We tend to get what we expect.” Opens up a lot of possibilities for you and your business, don’t you think?
We all know that unless you try, (make the sales call, make the request, push yourself) you’ll never know if you could have succeeded. This week Michael Neill elaborates on this point using the Clinton campaign as an example. See the power of moving past your inner gatekeeper.
Earlier this month I took a class in NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming). One of the foundational beliefs of NLP is: There is no such thing as failure, only feedback. In this week’s article, Chris Widener explores this concept and the impact of the fear of failure.