Most leaders don’t naturally connect their work to some greater meaning. But as a leader, you have to make that connection for yourself and your people. That’s why a written Business Vision is a critical piece in leading a team or company.
When an organization lacks common convictions, you’ll see it in many areas: engagement surveys are poor, morale is low or there’s a general lack of team health. Here’s how to identify the core convictions that will guide your team or organization forward.
General Maxwell P. Thurman described the VUCA world: volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous. Learn how a business coach could help you in this kind of world.
The ability to see change as a positive is a critical advantage. So here are the techniques that have helped me adjust to change. I hope they help you take better advantage of the opportunities and make them work for you.
If we want to create great cultures and deliver exceptional results, then we must understand that self-leadership precedes all other types of leadership. Here’s how to start closing the gap between the leader you are and the leader you want to be.
Change is hard because it always involves loss. But if it’s the right change, the gain is always more fulfilling.
If you’ve taken the time to create a Life Plan, then you know there’s a gap between where you are and where you want to be. Here are three key steps to keep your Life Plan alive and continue moving toward a life you love.
It’s hard to get anywhere good in life without a plan — and the best plans take time, effort and focus. That’s why we coach our clients to take one full day to get away and create a Life Plan.
We tell ourselves it’s just a season. But over time, The Drift pulls us further away from where we want to be. And then one day we wake up and wonder, “How did I get here?” Here’s how creating a Life Plan can help.
Pumpkin spice syndrome; it’s that feeling we get when we start pulling out sweaters and thinking about the traditions this time of year. But as leaders, now isn’t the time to put on holiday music and check out. It’s time to finish the year strong.
We recently asked 8 of our executive coaches and CEO Mentors to share what makes for an effective team retreat. Here are their tips to help you and your team get away, slow down and discover how to work even better together.
In our endless quest to get things done, many of us find ourselves running from activity to activity with little time to pull back. But often that time is exactly what we need to be more focused, efficient and productive — both for ourselves and our teams.