If you wake up at dawn, or before, with your to-do list scrolling through your mind and your shoulders already hunched as though bearing a weight, you are a person who values productivity. You are also, however, a person who is stressed and, unfortunately, stress interferes with productivity. Research shows that stress physically interferes with… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Personal Effectiveness
Are you at the edge of your personal productivity, and still feel that you are falling behind? You may be at the height of your personal productivity, but without the power of delgation on your side, at some point, your productivity will reach its ceiling. With increasing demands on your time and resources, it’s often… Read more »
Your professional image is comprised of a myriad of elements: appropriate verbal communication, effective written communication, appearance, etiquette, and the list goes on. Some of the most powerful elements that contribute to how you are viewed professionally have to do with how you manage time. It’s not that colleagues and team members necessarily notice how… Read more »
Depending on how we handle fear, it has impact on the choices we make in our professional and personal lives. Fear rears its ugly head in even the most courageous people. Fear strikes at all levels in organizations and has no respect for titles, background, education or ability. According to Suzanne Updegraff, author, business leader,… Read more »
“Innovation has nothing to do with how many R&D dollars you have. When Apple came up with the Mac, IBM was spending at least 100 times more on R&D. It’s not about money. It’s about the people you have, how you’re led, and how much you get it.” ~Steve Jobs Most companies, executives don’t feel… Read more »
“I think of music as passionate narrative. In order to be passionate, you have to make yourself vulnerable, and in order to be vulnerable, you have to have trust. To me trust is the most vital element of any important relationship.” — Yo-Yo Ma Renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma needs no introduction to his work or… Read more »
If you are a leader, there is just one thing that you can count on. Everyone has an opinion on how you can do your job better than you currently are. Thousands of books are published every year aimed at telling you what you should know, why you should know it, and how very important… Read more »
mind mapping: A graphical way to represent ideas and concepts. It is a visual thinking tool that helps structuring information, helping you to better analyze, comprehend, synthesize, recall and generate new ideas. Just as in every great idea, its power lies in its simplicity. One of the least utilized resources in the workplace is the creativity… Read more »
The first building block of a relationship of trust is building credibility with your colleagues and employees. Although you also need to know that your employees have credibility, as the leader, you must initiate the credibility. The Building Blocks of Credibility Two-Way Communication The degree to which leaders share information with people Competence The ability to display… Read more »
“On an important decision one rarely has 100% of the information needed for a good decision no matter how much one spends or how long one waits. And, if one waits too long, he has a different problem and has to start all over. This is the terrible dilemma of the hesitant decision maker.” ~Robert… Read more »
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