We don’t make good decisions when we are in a state of overwhelm.
Employers and employees need to be alert to the warning signs of tech overload.
Every single executive athlete that I have met has had a greater sense of purpose. This has ranged from a profound belief in their work, a burning desire to be of service or a deep sense of spirituality. Whatever the flavour, find your purpose and become it.
Confronting biases can make you feel like a bad person.
Highly skilled workers with experience and knowledge are moving on and leaving significant strategy and service gaps.
It seems we’ve been led down a garden path when it comes to productivity.
Changes in work and workplaces continue to roll in … and they will keep rolling, giving people a rollercoaster feeling or create a ‘what next’ question in their mind.
Leaders can find it challenging to relate to people and situations that don’t reflect their own thinking, social norms, and decision-making practices.
When managers value their people, they are able to get ahead of possible discontent and passive aggression. Genuine appreciation lets the team to know that going the extra mile is not taken lightly and valued at work.
Whatever the future has in store, don’t be so futurist with thinking that you don’t believe you can influence what will happen. Humans have great agency and autonomy that can swing into action to make decisions and take actions to leverage power over our lives.