Resilience, motivation and awareness are some of the key aspects to creating a positive environment where your team wants to come to work on a daily basis. When you show as a leader that you’re willing to work through challenges and find the way that allows the company to succeed you can inspire others. Empower your team with phrases that make them feel important and open up the conversation to where they see ideas headed and what success would look like. Show you’re willing to improve with checklists and accountability that help you address your bad habits and make positive changes on a daily basis. It’s time to achieve the success you want; are you willing to fight for it today?
Break Bad Habits with a Simple Checklist
Harvard Business Review Article:
We all have some bad habits we’d like to break and if those habits have anything to do with a negative impact on those we work with, they need to be changed right away. One way to change your habits and track your progress is through a simple checklist that you use on a daily basis to answer whether or not you made a change. You may find in doing this you’re able to detect a pattern as to when and why you haven’t changed a particular habit and you might also find that you can change you habit easily after a few weeks and now need to move on to another aspect of improvement. This simple checklist won’t take long for you to fill out each day but it’s certainly worth the effort to help you make positive improvements.
Four Motivational Phrases Used by Top Leaders Every Day
Career Advancement Blog Article:
Leadership isn’t all about knowing everything that needs to be done or being able to understand every aspect of a business. It can be about guiding those with the ideas and the vision to a successful future and helping them with the resources they need to achieve the level of success that’s expected. As a leader it’s important to have a way to open conversations to ideas and goals of those that work with the tools given on a daily basis. Making leadership work takes a back and forth relationship that’s full of nurturing and support until those that are in place to get the job done can carry out the company mission and vision on their own. This article offers you several ways to get the ball rolling in a positive direction that will help make employees feel empowered and important.
Career Coach: Resilience is a Must for career Success
The Washington Post Article:
Facing adversity in business is a must for growth, but the way you face it and how you respond shows the resilience needed to get the job done. Have you been presented with what appears to be an impossible task? Are you part of a team that’s trying to break into an industry against well-established competition? Staying sharp and being resilient in the face of adversity is what will help put you over the top and make it possible for you to face the challenges that lie ahead of you. If you don’t push forward and show that you can get the job done by reaching for the goals in front of you, you’ll never know what you’re really capable of. Take on the challenges that test you to your core and make them help mold you into the success you’re going to be.