This article originally appeared on Forbes. At this time of year, many organizations are focusing on their annual goals and plans. Beyond quantifying targets and establishing commitments, though, there’s another approach that can help you create... Continue reading
Three times in the last nine months, senior executives from different organizations have complained to me that the initiatives they’re interested in aren’t progressing. Of course, it’s a stressful time for everyone, and meetings on... Continue reading
This article originally appeared on Forbes. Lots of organizations today still feel terribly disrupted by the pandemic. Many employees are still working from home, and there’s great confusion over what will happen next and whether we’ll ever... Continue reading
Last week, a client remarked, “You know, this may not be over till next summer.” He told me he’d installed a new door to his home office nook because his constant video meetings were disruptive... Continue reading
This article originally appeared on Forbes. How can you become your best self as a leader? Doug Conant, former CEO of Campbell Soup Company, former president of Nabisco Foods and former chairman of Avon Products may have... Continue reading
The majority of your team members are likely to be more stressed right now than you’ve ever known them to be. You’re probably more stressed too. Even the most even-keeled pros may be feeling more... Continue reading
Some of my clients go crazy with meetings. They schedule them back to back, invite a cast of thousands, start late and in disarray, drag on unproductively, and end late without closure. Suddenly, everyone is... Continue reading
Earlier this month, I had a funny correspondence with a favorite client. He claimed to have returned from vacation “to a clean desk with a relatively clear mind.” I gave him full credit for his... Continue reading
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