Leaders often think that everyone who doesn’t agree with them is simply wrong. Sometimes this is due to the false consensus effect, and it can kill morale.
In a society focused on the worship of MORE, the reward for climbing one rung on the ladder of success is to be able to reach the next rung. When is it ENOUGH?
You’ve taken the courageous first steps to fulfilling (or killing) a dream… now what? How to survive the J Curve.
Taking the courageous steps to pursue a new dream, you will face and have to survive the J Curve in order to turn your dream into reality.
Advice from other people is always based on their own biases and experiences. Take control of your own decisions and don’t live a life designed by committee.
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.
I love year-end reviews. They’re a time to reflect on successes and be inspired to grow and improve. Here’s how you can love them, too.
When I was 23, I had a coworker who was counting down to retirement. I decided I didn’t want to be him in 20 years, so I made a change. You can, too.
Experience is the best teacher. If you hire for potential and not experience, be ready for them to make mistakes. How will you support them through it all?
Thousands of businesses already have hybrid work forces, but leaders and consultants can’t stop clutching their pearls over how “hybrid” will change business.