Here’s what we’re thinking about
Value is the Currency of Great Networking
Just the word “networking” conjures an image of connecting superficially with the not-so-secret agenda of getting something from the other person.
The Essentials of Good Sleep
Getting the sleep you need is critical for good leadership. Working towards a good night’s sleep makes sense. To improve your sleep, start with a plan.
Making Time for Fun and Play
Fun, play, and recreation are especially important, and we need some fresh ideas. Here are a few we like.
Creating the Social Support You Need
Meaningful friendships. A more personal connection with colleagues. A sense of community. Oh, how you would love to have these things. But you’re so busy and friendship seems so much more elusive than it once did.
Mastering the Art of Recovery
Most of us are struggling to be productive. The reasons are obvious—Zoom fatigue, simultaneous work and parenting, social isolation, increased anxiety, and all the other pandemic-related stressors.
How to Succeed in a Collaborative Company, Part 3
Today we move into new territory in how to succeed in a collaborative company–with some things that may not come naturally.
How to Succeed in a Collaborative Company, Part 2
Today I continue our series with four more ways to succeed in a collaborative company.
How to Succeed in a Collaborative Company
I’m often asked to help leaders become more collaborative. Sometimes they are great at execution or great technically, but their blunt communication has damaged key relationships.
Why Successful Leaders Fail in a Highly Collaborative Culture
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen it: a senior leader is brought into a Fortune 100 company. They come in with a great track record of success in the past. Then, a few quarters later, they are gone.