Have you ever set a goal for yourself, only to give up on it because it seemed too daunting? If so, you’re not alone. Many people find it difficult to stick to their goals, especially when they’re big and ambitious. But what if there was a way to make it easier to achieve your goals? What if you could break them down into smaller, more manageable steps?
Tag Archives: Leadership
The Job of Leadership Is To Create Trusting Teams
If you want trust, give trust. If you want respect, give respect. If you want to influence, let yourself be influenced. This is how leadership begins and ends. When leaders ignore this, it results in low morale and disengaged employees which hurts the company’s bottom line and customer expectations.
A leader’s Most Important Job? Creating a Culture That Values Talent But Celebrates Growth
Creating a culture of learning and growth is a leader’s most important job. Doing so drives employee engagement, attracts and retains talent, and pushes the business forward; this is how leaders lead for growth. But, how many leaders lead their organizations this way?
Grassroots Leadership: How Leaders Get People To Buy In and Own The Outcome
Michael Abrashoff is a former Navy Commander tasked with turning around the performance of the USS Benfold, a naval warship struggling to meet its performance targets. Abrashoff’s leadership style and strategies led to a significant turnaround in the ship’s performance, and his experience provides valuable lessons for leaders in any industry.
There Are No Bad Crews Only Bad Leaders
In any team or organization, the performance of the team depends largely on the quality of leadership; I believe leadership is the single greatest factor that affects team performance. The phrase “There are no bad crews, only bad leaders” highlights the importance of good leadership in achieving success. The phrase has been attributed to the US Navy SEALs, who are known for their highly effective teamwork and leadership skills.
Want to Impact Your Team’s Peformance? Be Aware of The Signals You Send
Leadership is about setting an example; not just about making decisions, it’s also about the signals and messages that leaders send to their team. These signals can have a significant impact on the success of an organization, team, or project.
Using Pre-Suasion to Influence Others: A Guide to Changing Minds
Changing someone’s mind can be a daunting task, but it is a necessary one for anyone who wants to influence others. Whether you are trying to persuade a colleague to support your project, a client to buy your product or a friend to change their behavior, you need to be able to present your ideas in a compelling way.