Want employees to do their best possible work? Want teams to collaborate and smash goals? Want colleagues to support and you and your ideas? Show some respect!
Much of a ResourcefulManager's success is tied to soft skills. They may not sound important, but they may be the most critical skills of all and critical in your professional development. These posts will help you stay abreast of what's working and not working.
Even the best managers hit “reply all,” cite incorrect data during presentations or publicly support an idea that turns out to be a really bad one.
Coming to a Zoom meeting near you: Sex, toilets and text! Sounds like something’s wrong with Zoom, doesn’t it?
Nearly everyone talks about it. Nearly no one actually does it. Quit social media. But I did it. For you.
Some conversations are difficult to just start. What a nightmare when they take a turn for the worse — and you end up in a difficult conversation trap.
Did you ever wonder why our “thought leaders” “run it up the flagpole” and never attempt to “boil the ocean”? I did. And it put me in “hot pursuit” of the reasons we use office speak so much.
You can’t hide behind a computer anymore. It’s time for public speaking again.
Stop synergizing. Please don’t circle back. Step out of the new normal. And, for goodness sake, keep your bandwidth to yourself!
Does your boss send rambling email messages? Do employees’ memes make you want to scream? Do you drive co-workers crazy with texts?
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