Tag Archives: Leadership

Great Managers Work For Their Employees

As an employee, you can notice the difference when working for a manager that works for you; not the other way around. We’ve all had managers that seemed to believe that being authoritative is the way to lead people; it isn’t. It’s safe to say that we don’t remember these people fondly, nor do we care to mention the things we learned or didn’t learn from them.

Stop Hoping For Things To Go Back To Normal

The pandemic has changed many of the ways we’re used to doing things. It’s created loss for many, anxiety for others, and frustration for most everyone. Personally, I see people on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram expressing their frustrations about the state of the world and how they can’t wait for things to go back to normal.

From Fear of Failure To Freedom

Innovation has many enemies, chief among them is fear of failure. Many organizations fail because they miss the future, unable to adapt to changing conditions. They didn’t try. And when they did it was too late. All because of fear of failure, fear of being first, fear of taking risks, fear of taking a chance.