We fully understand and appreciate how hectic your day-to-day can be, so as we embark upon the new year, Workout Wednesdays will be a short, summarized tip that you can immediately apply to your daily lives. Check out the first tip of 2019!
I hope you all had a wonderful and happy Thanksgiving. I feel it only appropriate to explore “gratitude” as a predominant characteristic of effective leaders. Effective leaders understand that there are countless opportunities every day to choose a perspective of gratitude over entitlement. Continue reading to learn more about the psychological and physiological benefits of practicing gratitude.
While it sounds obvious that things go awry when leaders do not lead, I am surprised at how often I see team and employee related issues that stem from this common problem. Leaders who allow meeting schedules, to-do lists, and projects to continuously take priority over the role of leading are unable to develop and sustain high functioning employees and teams.
The inability to effectively communicate ideas, concepts, and expectations is the basis for a number of issues including unmet timelines, failing to achieve goals or objectives, and lower productivity – all of which negatively impacts the organization. If you, as a leader, are demonstrating to others the importance of effective communication, they will embrace and mimic your behavior.