With each interaction, leaders have an opportunity to give a GIFT to employees helpful feedback, advice, compliments, suggestions, lessons learned, etc. Take an inventory to determine your effectiveness.
Today’s challenges are often not solved with one right answer. Rather than problems to be solved, polarities are interdependent and must be managed. Companies who outperform their competition have learned how to supplement either/or thinking with both/and thinking.
We hire leaders and team members with the future promise of their value through collaborative contributions, ideas and productivity. So what has turned once vital teaming partners into single-minded individual contributors?
Are you an internal business leader who wants to be viewed as a Trusted Advisor? To secure a “seat at the table,” you must have the leader’s best interest at heart and gain the executive’s confidence in your ability to offer wise counsel.
In each organization there are, in reality, at least two cultures–one that we speak about and one that we don’t. Click below to learn more about which one is more powerful and what that means to your employees, as well as the organization overall.