Google famously allows employees to devote 20 percent of their workweek to pursuing their own creative projects and endeavors.
A good team and excellent teamwork are critical to creating a successful result, in any endeavor. We have all been part of a team, and we may be trying to build one. I know I learned a lot in managing, leading others and building a team by just watching others. More often than not it […]
You could argue that every business is about relationships to a certain extent.
Small-business owners are the heart and soul of their enterprises.
Bosses come in all shapes and sizes. There are good ones and then there are the not so good ones. At some point we have all dealt with a bad boss, but did you know that prolonged exposure to bad boss conflict is actually detrimental to your health?
Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy wrote a new book about life planning called, Living Forward: A Proven Plan to Stop Drifting and Get the Life You Want.
Facilitating conflict management is often the last thing on a leader or CEO’s mind — but it’s an inevitable and important part of the job. In-office conflict can have costly consequences, whereas good conflict resolution can lead to high employee retention, increased productivity, and lower stress for everyone involved.
Here are a few lessons to outthink and outperform your competition.
Healthy conflict is a mandatory ingredient to make a high performing team.
What can you do to get better? Take the pressure OFF! Next time criticism comes your way stop and put on your “get better” hat and lean in. Don’t stress over not being good…instead strive to get better.
We spend a significant portion of our lives in relationship with those whom we do business with, our teammates, vendors, clients, and other stakeholders.
The more colleagues care for each other and are committed to helping each other individually and collectively excel makes a huge difference. So in a way, love has got a lot to do with it.