Tools for strengthening your relationships and teams at work and home.
For the last few decades, both the public and private sectors have gradually weakened support structures that have strengthened the American workforce for generations. We cannot hide our heads in the sand! Business, education and government leaders from the US and abroad must understand this workforce dilemma and proactively work together to come up with solutions. Read more #leadership #business #education #government #workforce
Here are eighteen work-life strategies sure to improve the retention of your Millennial workforce. Read more
It’s time to retire the saying “Don’t bring me problems, bring me solutions.” Even though advocates of this approach believe it reduces whining, increases empowerment, helps employees manage up, and boosts careers, it’s fraught with challenges. Read more
This is great time to reflect on 2017's successes and challenges and to focus on moving forward in 2018. Take a few minutes to think about your business or organization, your team, your work, your family, and your community.
List goals or problems to solve.
Review progress regularly.
Adjust your game plan as needed.
Lead and live on purpose this year!
Patrick Lencioni provides great insight into the value of healthy conflict in The Five Dysfunctions of a Team. Leaders must lead and facilitate healthy, productive conflict so that relationships, teams and organizations will grow, mature and become the best they can be. This is essential for working together to find the best solutions, build the best relationships and teams, and for the greater good of our families, workplace and communities. This simple yet powerful model helps us understand and improve relationships, families, teams, companies, communities, governments and even countries.
Self-deception is like this. It blinds us to the true causes of problems, and once we’re blind, all the ‘solutions’ we can think of will actually make matters worse. Whether at work or at home, self-deception, obscures the truth about ourselves, corrupts our view of others and our circumstances, and inhibits our ability to make wise and helpful decisions. To the extent that we are self-deceived, both our happiness and our leadership are undermined at every turn…
We've all heard that robots are going to take our jobs -- but what can we do about it? Innovation expert David Lee says that we should start designing jobs that unlock our hidden talents and passions -- the things we spend our weekends doing -- to keep us relevant in the age of robotics. "Start asking people what problems they're inspired to solve and what talents they want to bring to work," Lee says. "When you invite people to be more, they can amaze us with how much more they can be."
Helping Leaders move forward on purpOse
As a highly motivated business owner, executive, professional or team leader, you're navigating complex challenges, searching for solutions and committed to making a difference.
You value integrity, doing what's right, treating others well, learning and growing even when it's not quick and easy.
You, your team or organization may need someone to help address difficult challenges, solve problems and leverage your strengths to make a greater difference.
Consultations are available in person, by phone and webcam.
Move forward on purpose,
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