This month the topic in my Executive Mentoring Group is: Selling Your ideas.
In my own career, as well as in observing the careers of others, I have found that the ability to communicate your ideas well matters a lot to standing out, getting promoted, and getting access to resources. Read More
This month the topic in my Executive Mentoring Group is: Confidence and Resilience.
I’ll tell you, this was a key journey in my own career.
I needed to find a way to keep showing up when the environment was unwelcoming, and as I struggled with imposter syndrome. Read More
Happy New Year everyone, such as it is so far.
I thought this might be a good time to revisit this idea as we’re all getting started in 2021 when we are all feeling a little overwhelmed with everything. Read More
What do I mean by “Ruthless Priorities”?
If you have been following my work, for sure you have heard me use the phrase “Ruthless Priorities”.
I have always known that this expression could be problematic from a language standpoint and that it would not always translate well into other languages. Read More
Last week I wrote about being more strategic by giving yourself time to think — in fact, scheduling time to think.
And I emphasized the fact that if you don’t schedule it, it won’t happen.
But the reality is, even if you do schedule this time, it can still be hard to make it happen. Read More
Last week in my blog, I wrote about increasing productivity by engaging people’s humanity by Starting with Laughter. This was the most quoted snippet:
If you respect people’s humanity and give them a chance to warm up and situate themselves in the context of what is happening, you are far more likely to build trust, get buy-in, and get people ready to do the hard work.
Every month I do a webinar on a topic of business leadership and personal effectiveness as part of my membership program for business leaders.
This month’s webinar was on Stress, Productivity, and Happiness.
The live broadcast is always free an open to anyone. Read More
I was recently looking at my book RISE on my kindle to see what people were responding to, by checking out the “view popular highlights” feature.
The most highlighted passage was:
Think of your job as figuring out a better way to deal with all this stuff than it is to DO all this stuff and you’ll be on the right track. Read More
What is time management?
Somebody recently asked me, “what do you mean by time management”?
My answer is this:
Time management is refusing to waste too much time on low-value, low-enjoyment activities.
There are two parts to it:
1. Identify what you should, or want to be doing
2. Read More
Happy New Year everyone!
I told this story in a recent member call…
It was when I got my first real executive job. I was reporting directly to the GM of a billion dollar business.
I had multiple levels of management in my organization and I had global responsibility. Read More