Tired of change? Probably. Able to stop change? Not likely. So here are five ways to help employees handle and thrive in change.
Cursed at lately? Talked over frequently? Ignored often? You aren’t imagining it.
Empathetic leadership. Often heralded. Less often successful. Now, after years of hearing that empathy is a leader’s best tool, it’s probably not the most practical tool.
Ah, the humble water cooler – the keeper of all secrets and inventor of all great ideas in an office. It’s so important to office success, it went virtual with us when the pandemic sent many home to work. The water cooler is just one office mainstay that holds our professional places and lives together. […]
Just shut up! That’s what you want to say to whining employees. But you can’t. And you don’t have to!
Employee engagement is down – and it’s especially difficult to keep hybrid employees engaged. In fact, engagement was dipping before COVID-19 came into the picture.
One of the most important things you do each day is help your employees become better. Yet, only about 10% of managers say their jobs are structured so they can focus on coaching employees and creating training lessons.
The worst has happened, and you have to tell your team. And once you deliver bad news you have to help employees deal with it. t’s one of the most difficult situations leaders face. But it’s also your greatest opportunity to become a legendary, empathetic leader.
Could you lead like a world leader – even though you’re at the helm of a good team at a mid-size company in a small community? Yes – and never doubt you have the ability to bring out the best leader in you, no matter where you are in your career! After all, Zelenskyy did it. Ardern did it. Marin and Biden did it. They’re business and political leaders who got to the top of their game from humble beginnings
Don’t you hate the regret that sinks in after you made a poor decision? It’s the exact reason leaders want to make better decisions at work. But even intelligent, well-informed leaders make bad decisions. And we certainly can’t fault anyone for that, considering people make tens of thousands of decisions each day.