In this unprecedented time, when life as we knew it has completely shifted, coping with quarantine is a critical life skill.
With the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we must use preventive measures, proactively, in order to avoid the illness.
How likely are you to listen to someone if you do not think that person cares much about you?
Promoting a psychologically safe workplace culture that enriches internal cohesion by prioritizing inclusion should be of utmost importance to you and your entire team.
Awareness of potential delegation barriers allows one to resist the temptation to underutilize delegation
Use delegation to your advantage to utilize your resources and increase productivity for your entire team.
Successful delegation requires choosing to appropriately delegate those tasks that support the overall productivity of your team – for individuals as well as the collective team.
How do you know when someone is really listening to you and valuing what you say?
As a leader, you should make it priority to know those with whom you work, recognize conflict, and deal with it purposefully.
Have you ever been guilty of listening with the intent to reply?
Rapport is “a close and harmonious relationship in which people understand each other’s feelings and ideas and communicate well.”
Let’s walk through a coaching model based on the acronym, “EXCEL.”
It is important to adequately prepare before a meeting as well as follow these guidelines / tips for online meetings.
It can be challenging to help people navigate through a difficult conversation, to make sure both people feel heard, and to push them towards resolution.
When someone reacts in anger, it is difficult not to take the offense personally; but your ability to recognize anger for what it really is will increase your influence as a leader.