Have your own back first, instead of solely relying on others to have your back. It’s that simple. When you have your own back, you first and foremost have a clear concept of your own goals and opportunities. Then, as others present options to you, you are better able to assess and evaluate what works… [Continue Reading]
You Need To Have Your Own Back First
Smarter Questions Yield More Informative Answers
Asking smarter questions is the key to bringing out the best in the colleagues and clients you serve. Why? When you ask smarter questions, the conversation becomes all about all of you, together. However, if you would rather showcase how smart you are, there is little time for asking questions. Hmm. Think about it. What… [Continue Reading]
Find Your Daily True North
Create your daily true north, then follow that path throughout each day. Each workday often becomes an ever-increasing “to-do” list, doesn’t it? Even though you prioritize, meetings and crises and people get added onto your already-full plate. As a result, you become distracted and anxious that you will never get to the end of all… [Continue Reading]
Are You Upskilling Tactically Or Strategically?
How will you adapt, adopt, and apply upskilling tactically or strategically today, tomorrow, and moving forward? Continuous improvement is an integral part of everyone’s career strategy. Either you become better at what you “do”, or you do not. Some of you experience upskilling and reskilling because work environments are continuously changing, updating, upgrading, and retooling…. [Continue Reading]
Are You Really Spending Quality Time With Colleagues And Clients?
Quality time is mission critical to project success. Is the time you spend with colleagues and clients really high quality time? Or do you (and they) feel short-changed at the end of meetings? What quality is missing from your interactions? Alternatively, what topics are avoided, instead of introduced and, yes, even debated? Even if you… [Continue Reading]
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