Why should leaders be intentional about making their teams feel important?
Watch this quick video on what this simple change could do for you and your team. https://youtu.be/rzf-3XaGVBw Check out my recent blog post for 3 ways to make your team feel important.
Grace, Power, and Money and the Race to Make an Impact
Grace comes in first. Every single time. Power usually benefits, first and foremost, those who have it. Sure, their span of influence may be great, big and wide, but their true, positive impact is usually limited to a select few who they deem worthy of receiving it. And that impact usually comes at a cost, as leaders
CREATE AMAZING WORKPLACE CULTURE WITH AMAZING GRACE AND GRACEFULNESS
Practicing grace, especially when people don’t expect it or, when they may not deserve it, absolutely will make them feel important. It’s extraordinary and special. The word “special” by definition, sparks good feelings and sentiments. These include positive words such as remarkable, exceptional, significant, and not the least of which, important. When we’re graceful with our
A True Story About Importance
A thirty-two-year-old middle manager working for a rental car company had a tough gig. She was in a corporate, regional role supporting multiple locations’ Operations Managers and frontline associates. Her role was to teach, coach, consult, inspire, and motivate front line associates and leaders to maximize sales with every transaction. One day the District Manager leveraged
Thoughts on Champions Champions are special. They’re usually ―the best, the ―winners, and deserving of the title. They’re talented, skillful, and have earned everybody’s respect. They didn’t get there alone. Often, champions had a coach, a mentor, a leader, supporters, advocates, and they had champions encouraging them along the way. Look up the word champion: (champ · pi · on)
I Think vs. What Do You Think?
Consider one of the most overused phrases in the corporate world and maybe even in the world, in general, ―I think… How often do we hear it? Partners, leaders, colleagues, and even our guests, customers, and clients say it all day long, day in and day out. The risk of beginning a sentence with ― “I think”