Ever thought of your colleagues eating like slobs? Of course not…why would any modern professional eat with poor table manners…
As some of us get to return to the office after a year of Covid lockdowns, I thought this blog needed resurfacing! We all can improve and as my 9 year old says, there is always room to get better! A few things to consider before headed back into your office.
I believe strongly in the power of reading. Reading development books on leadership, marketing and the such can impact a person’s professional outlook.
In June 2017, I began consulting for the developers of Frost Tower Fort Worth. Since I had success at Cendera Center, the owners thought I would be a great fit to assist them in the developing the Events Center. In March of 2018, I considered leaving Sedona Productions at Cendera Center to consult full time…
Is leadership a skill set you’re born with or is it something you can develop? Can it be a hybrid? Are we born this way?
Lara Casey says “I don’t want a to do list for my life; I want a clear, meaningful path. I want to know I’m living with intention and purpose instead of living by accident.”
I look at an employee and see their potential and hope they become the best version of themselves. It’s hard to coach employees who see if they make changes in behavior for work they are being two-faced. Most of these employees can’t see the forest through the trees and miss incredible opportunities to grow. I guess they’ve not heard the saying “Fake it until you Make it”?
Tools for Success; I’ve researched project management, productivity and social media tools, I’m sharing my resources here.
I started the “gift of gratitude” in July and it truly transformed my outlook on my world, loved ones and experiences. Having a daily practice of jotting down 1 to 3 people, items and experiences for which I am grateful has created a more positive environment.