We need to learn to declare war on complacency and embrace urgency because we cannot change what we’re willing to tolerate.
As one year closes and another opens to new adventures and fresh starts, I want to challenge you to take the time to reflect and think about your life.
Here’s three simple ways you can appreciate your teams and the people around you that “make it happen”!
Raise up leaders who model your organizational values and release them in big ways.
It may be easier to grab a tub of ice cream and plant ourselves in front of Netflix, but I propose to you that there is a much better plan for approaching our life struggles. A three-part plan that ultimately results in taking action!
If you are a leader, there is no doubt that you have, or are going to, make some big asks of the people you’ve been privileged to lead. You spend week in and week out casting vision that you then ask people to be a part of. I discovered long ago that “asking” would always be a significant part of my leadership role. Here are 3 keys to help you as you make some big asks!
Take a breath and devote yourself to being well - so you can lead well.
It’s easy to get frustrated when team members fail. Before we let our frustration turn to anger, let’s look at some ways to respond that could produce better outcomes for both ourselves and our teams.