Here’s what all communities have in common: Consist of individuals, but they make a unified impactGive life and meaning to otherwise meaningless situationsSupport the greater good and a higher purpose, other than ‘self’Ground us in familiarity, common bonds, and a sense of belongingComplement individual strengths with the power of the sum of all the partsOffer comfort, assistance, and encouragementServe their people well… Even for
Frequently, conversations leave us feeling more confused than clear, more upset than at ease, and more frustrated with the other person. Why is this? Too often we simply don’t know where the other person’s coming from on certain topics of conversation. Maybe they don’t understand where our sudden burst of conviction and passion is coming from on
Game-changers are people who literally “change the game”. They do things, big and small, which make visible, tangible, and positive change in the lives of everyone around them. Rather than one magical thing, they do hundreds of little things – here are some examples: Game-changers are patient - they understand “waiting time isn’t always wasted time.” Game-changers are kind
Bored? Is MONOTONOUS becoming the universal adjective that can be applied to every aspect of your life – career, relationships, family dynamics, and/or social life? It happens…it’s ok. We’re all in the same boat. Thought for this week: When things get monotonous and boring, or better yet, before things even get to that point – stay curious. Ask. Understand. Learn. Improve.
After making sure your team feels welcome, making sure people feel comfortable is the second transferable thread between hospitality and leadership. When people feel comfortable, they: - Open up and engage in more conversations - Feed their curiosity with more exploration, research, and discovery - Foster deeper relationships with people around them - Feel a sense of belonging in the
83% of US workers suffer from work-related stress ~ The American Institute of Stress 35% of respondents said their main source of stress at work was their boss ~ Korn Ferry After making sure your team feels welcome, making sure people feel comfortable is the second transferable thread between hospitality and leadership. When people feel comfortable, they: Open up