We need to take some time to think through what we are doing and how we are doing it. Not at a shallow level, but at a more in-depth level. We need to really look at the nervous systems of our organizations, and well as the flowcharts for maintaining and operating a successful body.
The only way to truly be successful is to seek mastery. The people that are masters in their field make the most money, are the most successful and have stability and longevity. As Alan Pease once said, “Brain surgeons earn 10 times that of a general practitioner. It pays to be an expert.”
I want to see a brighter day when companies and organizations are led by leaders who are inspired, dedicated, and skillful in the way they lead their teams. Let’s tear down the old bronze monuments to arrogance, incompetence, and management by intimidation. Let the revolution begin.
Do you want to make sure you and your team are ready for next year? The key is to develop your single biggest, and often most overlooked, asset: the undeveloped talent of each team member.
Searching for and finding your purpose is hard work and is a process, not an overnight decision or a sudden revelation. Once you know your purpose, the workflows, the motivation rises and productivity reaches an all-time high.
If you want great results, you need to work on being a great manager. Now. Becoming a leader and manager creates some challenges. Here are seven daily practices that managers need to stop doing now.
As a consultant, I have spent lots of time helping clients shape and build their company cultures. The culture your company creates affects everything that you do and how you do it. Here are six tips and ideas to help you build your organizational culture.
Do you want to make sure that you’re ready for next year? Consider developing your single biggest and often most overlooked asset: the undeveloped talent of each team member.