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September 2020: Join us in Florence, Italy for a personal recharge. You deserve it.
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In this video you'll learn:
The five dimensions necessary for optimal team performance
The impact of team reputation on the organization
Six personal dimensions that impact team performance
As a business owner, you are likely the public face of your company. Your actions, especially online, reflect your business’s identity, and any inconsistencies can send the wrong message to your potential clients and customers.
This being the case, you should aim to craft a personal brand that serves as an extension of your company’s values and mission.
Using these five criteria to evaluate your potential coach will ensure that you get off to a solid start and provides the foundation for a productive and collaborative learning experience.
When things aren’t going your way, it’s easy to start blaming yourself and listening to the negative thoughts that pop into your head. Unfortunately, these thoughts often begin to feed on themselves, eventually taking over and distorting your perspective.
So many people I work with are incredibly talented, smart and accomplished executives. To look at their titles, their scope of responsibility or their backgrounds, it would be easy to think they have it all and that they’ve made it. And yet this isn’t always the case, at least in their own minds.
Our brains – with approximately 86 million brain cells with ~10,000 neural pathways (connections) each are simply AMAZING. AMAZING. And – what’s one thing or brains need to operate at peak performance?
So few hours – so much to do!
Sound familiar? So many people I work with are in a state of total overwhelm – and how can that be when we’re only in the first quarter of the year!? In our 24x7 connected world, with competing demands from work, family, friends, etc etc ETC - how can you cope?
If you’re trying to increase your credibility, strengthen your executive presence and make a bigger impact in a leadership role, an underrated trait to develop is sincerity. When you can cut through all the noise that often accompanies high level decision making, you’re not only more effective as a leader, you also save everyone time. Here are three ways you can be more sincere in the workplace.
Read this Forbes Coaches Council article featuring insights from our very own Kathleen Woodhouse.