This article is purely about what you allow INTO your mind as you are working, not about how to handle the list of tasks that you have to do.
Here are some critical mindsets, behaviors, and communication tools to use as you start a new role, or you want to reset relationships or expectations in a current job.
What do you really and truly care about? What do you really want for your team members, for your direct reports, for your manager, and for yourself?
It can be easy to think of performance as either good or bad, though that sometimes misses a key item: what is the expectation for that role.
With all the challenges we face day after day, month after month, it can be hard sometimes to be optimistic about the future and the changes that are coming.
Almost everyone is wanting to know how to function better when there is too much on the plate. It’s time to do something different!
Everyone is going to have an experience where someone doesn't do what they've committed (or been told) to do. Most people aren't ready to have the necessary conversations when these situations arise.
Each time you accept it when others bring a problem and ask to compress a five-day workflow into two days, you teach them that it's okay. You are choosing to say yes to that request.
At Wingspan, we call Advancing Questions the “power tool” that leaders bring. The reason problem-solving questions are such an important skill is that there is a distinct difference between solving a problem FOR someone and solving a problem WITH someone.