Getting into the Stress Zone more than you want? Cathy and Ivan talk about what could be happening, and ways to get ahead of it and stop the cycle!
Move past what you DON'T want, and begin to implement a short process so you can widen your view to see what you want and how you can start to create something different.
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?
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.
When you're learning something new, when do you decide that you've learned enough and you can start applying? This question is harder to answer than it seems. It's also tougher when we work on new ways of working, and applying different mindsets, behaviors, and communications.
Every time I’ve started something new, I’ve been nervous. Be it something big and serious like a job, or something smaller like a new hobby or project, I am usually a bit uncomfortable. Like a lot of people, I tend to focus on the technical skills and abilities that I don’t have. What I am working on doing instead is thinking about the five things that don’t require any talent that I can choose to bring to the table.
The War for Talent is on. This is a time to honestly assess yourself and your businesses. You can turn this situation into your greatest competitive advantage.