I’m not one who believes you can be happy all the time, but I have learned you can be happy much of the time. And that’s not something that depends on how your day is going or how others treat you—it depends on what you do on a regular basis.
We all have the ability to choose and how events and situations make us feel is down to our own choice. This is a great article sharing some tips on how to just take some time to share, feel and be with your thoughts.
A great 4 step model for dealing with managing and leading in the 21st Century. Demonstrates that the softer skills are the skills to develop if you wish to succeed in a leadership role in the future rather than being good at the technical side.
Some valuable thoughts for entrepreneurs. Start by thinking of your own values ... is trustworthiness in there? If not maybe it should be as good business realtions are built on it .. this article suggests that lack of trustworthiness leads to lack of business.
Want to get more done Princeton neuroscientists say it's time to clear your desk.
Vicky Stanton's insight:
A clear desk policy may not be the annoyance that some see it as. Uncluttered space gives more space for thinking and increased productivity but it appears you have to get the balance right. Maybe you need to start leading by example and having a clearer work space an encorage your staff to do the same and see what benefits your business enjoys.
Time for a more flexible outlook on holiday policies?
Vicky Stanton's insight:
Some good advice from the CIPD. It is surely better to relax the annual leave policy, if it requires more than the minimum rather than have staff report sick to enjoy the sunshine. Worth a consideration?
Don't Manage People, Lead People People do not want to be managed but led. You can manage things, but you can’t manage people. (Coaching Questions That Produce Results | @DennisMcIntee http://t.co/IFOjOJMmLD)...
We are going through a leadership revolution. What three key reasons are making women entrepreneurs rise to the top of privately held organizations today? (Why Women Entrepreneurs are Leading the Next Leadership Revolution!
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