Gratitude makes us feel good on both the sending and receiving side. However, it goes further: expressing gratitude at work can make us healthier.
Resilience provides confidence to step up and lead. Resilient leaders are able to overcome setbacks and help others overcome their setbacks.
Looking back at lessons learned is powerful. Three basic ingredients leadership emerged from my perspective: self-awareness, curiosity, and courage.
When at home, I felt like I was failing work. When at work, I felt I was letting my kids down. Donna set my mind at ease by simply listening.
I worked for a leader who always seemed to have the right advice at the right time. Once he shared the best advice he’d ever received...
[Today’s Tuesday Reading is from Lori Green, Program Leader and Leadership Coach at MOR Associates. Lori may be reached at email@example.com.]
Why is listening such an incredibly important leadership skill for those who provide University information technology (IT) services?
The shared trauma of the pandemic gives us an unusual opportunity to have a conversation on a topic about which we are usually silent.
I have done everything in my power to never show excessive emotions at work, but one time stands out as a leadership lesson that I'd like to share.
The core is to create inclusive environments where people belong and thrive, diversity is appreciated, and empathy is part of the culture.