Effective leaders cultivate trust, accountability, communication, and loyalty to build psychologically safe atmospheres for their teams.
The OODA Loop focuses on filtering available information and data, putting it into context, and making appropriate decisions, all while acknowledging decisions are dynamic and may need adjusting as additional data impacts the situation.
Perception can distort our intended message.
Conflict is costly if not handled effectively. It has the ability to wreak havoc on those personally involved, on entire organizations, and even on the clients those organizations serve.
Are you conscious of a certain time during the day you find it hard to focus?
Your ability to effectively manage time influences your entire team. Properly utilizing time strengthens productivity as well as performance.
There are times when a conversation is not the best course of action, at that particular time.
“The harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph.”
Accountability is one of the most powerful tools for unifying teams and keeping them on track towards the intended goal.
Do you assume a victor or victim mentality in conflict situations?
We often assume the words we say are what the listener uses to glean the meaning of our message.
However, we often forget the listener uses the tone and body language to interpret meaning as well, if not more, that words themselves.
Working from home can be a great alternative to the office setting, as long as you have a strategy and implement a plan.
Both communication and collaboration are a top priorities for the office, and even more important when working remotely.
Knowing how to use breaks productively as well as anticipate distractions will enhance your ability to work successfully from home.
What may matter greatly to someone of one generation may be of no concern to someone of another generation.