If you master this one skill, you will be saved a lot of headaches both inside and outside of work. Have great skill honing week!
Delegation is a conversation that happens at all level of leadership and you do not need me to tell you when, what and to whom. . No matter how seasoned you are, delegating is not as easy as it seams. It takes a lot of patience, trust, coach-like attitude and letting go. . In this two minutes segment, I share a pizza story that happened with my husband Todd, and he approves of the version… we’ve both been laughing quite a bit using it as an analogy since then and I could not fit it in only one minute!
The future knows no constraints, only the present does. If you are looking for a culture shift within your business or oganization or simply value keeping your leadership skills fit, you have to be able to take a sneak peak at your future. It will evolve as you evolve, yet you still need that vision today and it certainly is a mindet that will pay off and have your future self thank you for. Have a great skills honing week!
As Paul Coelho wrote in “The Zahir”: “Freedom is not the asbsence of commitments, but the ablity to choose – and commit myself to – what is best for me“. In today’s episde I talk about the what the commitment mindset looks like in leadership. Have a greats skills honing week!
Leadership Minute(ish) Monday is back as promised with a new fall series! This season, I am offering you a GUIDE to hone in on invaluable skills for your leadership development and add on “ingredients” to your unique talent recipe. My only request to you this season is to MAKE IT YOUR OWN. Find out why and “how” in my fall series intro. YouTube
If assumptions were true, your leadership skills would be as good as it gets. Have fun with this workout over the summer and I will be back on September 10th with a different flavor of this leadership minute. “If others tell us something we make assumptions, and if they don’t tell us something we make assumptions to fulfill our need to know and to replace the need to communicate. Even if we hear something and we don’t understand we make assumptions about what it means and then believe the assumptions. We make all sort of assumptions because we don’t have the courage to ask questions.” _ Don Miguel Ruiz, The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom
Giving feedback might be an art, however we do not teach enough how to receive feedback. Receiving feedback with grace is essential for your leadership development. Have fun with your skills workout!