How Can Managers Get Team Members Excited to Return to the Office?
“82% of [business decision makers] say getting back to the office in person is a concern” yet “73% of [employees] say they need a better reason than just company expectations” to return to the office, according to the data from Microsoft Work trend Index research. So what can managers do to help get fellow employees on
My Winter Olympics Story About The Attraction of Winning and an Underlying Paradox
This is a blogpost I wrote and published on my very first blog / passion project – www.GoOneMoreStep.blogspot.com. I started that blog in January of 2011. This is a throwback, retro blog post that was inspired by one of the many stories we often hear or read about Olympic athletes. It was a Sunday morning
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”