How can you better develop your leadership skills? President Harry S. Truman said that “Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers.”
Routines are powerful forces in our lives. What we do every day is so much more important than the big stuff we try to do every once in a while. What do your routines say about you?
One of the most powerful and overlooked steps in goal-setting is visualization. Visualization is where you take the time to picture your goals, the journey, the work, the outcome, and the success. Visualization can seem silly to some people but visualization is incredibly effective for achieving your goals and sticking to them when things get difficult.
What is Analysis Paralysis? In today’s informational climate, we have unlimited information right at our fingertips. It takes only seconds to access facts, figures, and statistics relating to any topic. There is so much good that comes from this. Nearly anyone can be well-informed on topics and issues that are important to them, and find information to help them make the best decisions for their lives.
Mentorship is a key factor when developing employees into highly successful employees. Great mentorship helps instil trust, appreciation, growth, engagement, and most importantly, increases employees overall confidence. Moreover, great mentorship helps build employees into leaders.
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