We all have freedom of choice. Here are three ways you can take power over your decisions so you can be at peace with the consequences that will result.
Identity creep happens in life’s gray areas, in the little conflicts when you have to choose between what’s right and what’s easy. Here are four guiding tips.
What do a 7-year-old, a slice of cake, and a self-destructive project manager have to do with being a better leader?
A 7 year old’s moral relativism, a clash of cultures, and a self-destructive project manager show how a shift in perspective can help us be better leaders.
Expecting your team to think outside the box when they don’t even know there is a box will frustrate and baffle you. But there are things you can do to help.
Change is inevitable. Fear of change is not. Being aware of your tendencies and expanding your perspective can help you face and get through change.
Get out of your own echo chamber to expand your perspective, but to avoid personal imbalance, don’t keep seeking out the trolls in their own.
The middle manager’s role is to manage both up and down the org chart. This means questioning authority and speaking truth to power, as well as managing staff.