Meetings and you. Are they a good fit? Do you need to be there? Would someone else provide greater value to the objective at hand?
Why you should only have one boss
The importance and value of having ONE boss. Clarity of vision, priorities, ownership and actions are of great importance for all.
Your exit strategy
To my friends and colleagues who have shared their current challenges at work. If you are not respected and you don’t belong, it is time to move on to a place where your integrity, values and contributions will be appreciated.
Do your actions support your goals?
Posted this 23 days ago and the question still remains: Do your actions align with and support your goals?
Leaders must be visible and approachable
Why leaders must be visible and approachable? People who work with you want to know who you are, what you stand for, what do you believe in. They also want to be able to relate to you as a leader and to understand their role and place in the strategy, vision and the overall direction. Be visible, accessible and approachable …
Patience and grit
To succeed, one needs both patience and grit and here’s why.
Is pandemic impacting your business? How about other things?
Is pandemic impacting your business? How about other things? While the past year has been challenging for us all to varying degrees, it is important to acknowledge that other areas and decisions have impacted businesses and organizations. In many cases, decisions about how to lead, invest, train, market, modernize…and so on have been made for years even though they may …
Business continuity extends beyond technology
While business continuity and disaster recovery are heavily dependent on technology, tools and processes they both need to extend beyond technology and should be approached as organizational priorities, endeavors and initiatives.
Why you should schedule time to think
Yeah, I know, it sounds silly as after-all we all think all the time (or at least we should), don’t we? Well, hear me out. Dedicating time to think that is outside meetings, calls, demos, emails…time that is yours, only yours without any distractions, noise or competing priorities. Try it, find time to think and start writing down your thoughts, …
Respecting the budget
One should earn and retain the privilege that is entrusted to them to oversee finances of an organization. Respect the budget and be mindful of what you need to accomplish and how to strategically invest in your upcoming opportunities and innovation. Don’t be wasteful.