If you could flip your life so you could spend 80% of your time and energy on the parts you’re only spending 20% on today, what things would you flip? How would it make your productivity, your team, and your health better?
Are you listening to the voice inside your head too much right now? Is your narrator a purveyor of fake news? Is it prone to brooding and resentment? This week’s goal is to express what we need more effectively.
I have already made mistakes in managing myself through the Covid-19 crisis. But then I found something that helps…here’s my strategy, for what it’s worth.
This book addresses the single most common gap in leaders today–the love of telling people what to do instead of teaching them how to think
Our gender roles are doing us a huge disservice. Are you playing into these stereotypes or letting others play them to you?
Do you ever have to give feedback or have a difficult conversation remotely? Here are some tips on how to do it well.
There are good and bad ways to try to get your team to stop behaving badly. Here are my tips.
It’s good to be nice, but it’s not sufficient. Nice is often an excuse for being lazy, superficial, and willing to put up with bad behavior. Your team needs you to be more than nice.
Are you accidentally, inadvertently, unintentionally coming off as a jerk. These folks were.
I received a great question over Twitter this morning. The person asked, is there another side to the risk of conflict debt (the price we pay for avoiding conflicts that we need to work through)? Is there also a risk of conflict fatigue? First, there’s nothing I like more than starting my day with […]
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