My son is 5 and my daughter is 2. Sometimes they compete against each other in little races around the house. My son always wins because he’s bigger. When he crosses the imaginary finish line, he throws his hands up and yells, “I WON!” Then when my daughter glides across the finish line she throws …
During this global Coronavirus pandemic a lot of organizations have mandated that their employees work from home. Some people and some organizations routinely work from home but for those of you who are new to managing a team remotely here are a few tips to keep everyone safe, engaged, and productive.
An obvious approach in achieving a goal is to uncover what isn’t working. Just as important however is figuring out what is. All too often clients hire me because they have hit a wall and feel as though they can’t get any further because of x, y and z. I usually ask them to tell me what their greatest accomplishments have been thus far.
After surveying 100 executives I was shocked.. 1) What happens in your cubicle doesn’t stay in your cubicle! – DON’T USE SPEAKERPHONE Everyone hears everything and you are always on display. You have to learn how to get along with your neighbors. Being liked shouldn’t be underestimated! Social capital is just as important as your ability to do the job.