If you want to be seen as a leader, you have to stop doing the things that aren’t in your wheelhouse or don’t need you, just need someone. This was a hard lesson for me to learn, so if you are still a person who thinks they need to do everything in order to be seen as a leader,
Being emotionally intelligent means being able to step into someone else’s shoes, focus on solutions, and generally being able to manage one’s emotions. There are a lot of parts to emotional intelligence, but there is one indicator that truly shows emotional intelligence…
The reason is that Mind Maps are the number one tool to energize and inspire team communication while drawing together all the steps to meet objectives. In other words, Mind Maps are easy to use, flexible and adaptable to just about anywhere in your business that you need to organize and communicate information – creatively.
If we all have the same amount of time, why do some people seem able to accomplish things many of us can’t find the time to do? It’s simple. They learned fundamental keys to planning and accomplishing big goals while keeping attention on the things that are most important in their lives.
Perhaps the most essential skills to be a leader is learning to lean into growth. In order to continue leading, you have to stay ahead and growth is the foundation. Unfortunately, growing is not a comfortable place to be in and many of us have an adversity to discomfort. Why it’s important to remain uncomfortable […]
In our culture, we often teach our kids to do well in school so they can get into a good college and become the leader they want to be – whether that is in business, politics, medicine or any other industry. The problem scientists are finding is that the success of a leader comes from […]
There is a lot of talk about Emotional Intelligence (EI) these days, and for good reason. How well you do in all areas of your life depends greatly on how you see the world and process it internally. Leaders who possess EI get along better with their teams, understand how to motivate employees, and are […]
Time management is the underlying issue of many other symptoms that leaders and business owners think are the actual problem. It’s often tricky to see the core problem when you are juggling so many responsibilities and projects. Yet, when I work down to the core issues behind the unwanted outcomes, we usually find that prioritizing […]
When I speak to clients, they are usually well aware of their strengths and even more often, they can tell me what their weaknesses are when they address the activities they do, and especially the ones they avoid. I hear things like “I’m just not good at managing my time” or “I don’t relate to […]
We often think of leadership in the confines of providing direction; defining goals, developing a strategy, and achieving results; and helping others be their best professional selves. What about our best selves? What about directing our own life? As a leader, it is critical to encourage and motivate others, but it’s equally important to inspire […]