Mentors need to help their mentees build an immunity to the peculiarities of the organization.
In my latest on Workology, I write about how to approach the work to be done between now and December 31.
Bad habits, growing your network, onboarding, buying happiness and leadership development.
Here are five articles that have me thinking..
Employee engagement, culture, expertise, and politics. No sweat.
In this post, I work through five phases of planning, preparation, and execution that will benefit conference goers of all levels of experience.
Here are 5 articles that have me thinking…
Sometimes people aren’t ready to start planning until they can’t continue doing things the way they have always been done.
Whether you’re too busy, too tired, too overwhelmed, or just too annoyed to deal with it, there is a price to be paid for not planning.
Project management is about making the most of what we have, and that includes helping people bring their best efforts to the table.
Rest assured, if you’re stuck in a particularly bad traffic situation and you’re using Waze, it’s because there probably isn’t a better way around it.
Habit List, Audible and WunderList are worthy of your own nerdy exploration.
Success at this level enables leaders to tout achievements at an organizational level, while employees feel burned out and maybe even taken advantage of in the process.
My advice is simple: Stop and THINK about what you are doing.
Accountability and performance feedback go hand in hand. One without the other means none of it is done particularly well.