This is great time to reflect on 2020 — a year full of turmoil and challenges. How will you refocus and move forward in 2021? Take a few minutes to think about your business or organization, your team, your work, your family, and your community.
List problems to solve and goals.
Adjust your game plan — think-outside the box.
Navigate change and grow on purpose in 2021!
How can senior managers create teams that feel trusting enough to enable challenging discussions that can move their organizations forward? These four steps apply to companies of all sizes from any industry. Read article
Not only are they extremely powerful words, they pay huge dividends for your employees -- and for you. These four words will make a real difference. 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
Many entrepreneurs neglect their spiritual growth, relationships and overall health because of the many demands on their time. Please don't choose to neglect the priorities that matter the most long term. It will take a toll on your quality of life including your mental health. Read more
Time = Life | Therefore, waste your time and waste your life, or master your time and master your life. (Alan Lakein)
Tools for strengthening your relationships and teams at work and home.
Stressful situations in business, at work and at home tend to show our true colors as leaders. Who we really are comes through in the heat of the moment. Our struggles and insecurities often make life's challenges more rather than less stressful. Long-time friend and business associate, retired USAF Colonel Lee Ellis, shares leadership lessons learned from his five years as a POW in Vietnam in his latest book, Leading with Honor (2012). His "leadership engagement model" helps us understand how our underlying emotions cause us to lead and respond to stress in three different ways: withdrawal, engagement, and domination.
This simple exercise is a great way to pause, be mindful, reflect, and take action. It can be easily applied to your business, work or personal life. Read more
navigate leadership, Work & Life on purpose
As a highly motivated business owner, executive or professional, you're navigating complex challenges, searching for solutions and committed to making a greater difference.
You value integrity, doing what's right, treating others well, learning and growing even when it's messy and uncomfortable.
You, your team or organization may need someone to help address difficult challenges, solve problems and leverage your strengths to make a greater difference.
What are your challenges? Maybe you'd like to consider locking arms and journeying forward together? I'd love to hear your story and know about your challenges. Contact me for a 30-minute complimentary call so that we can get acquainted,
principal, coach & advisor
Lifepurposes Leadership since 1990