When I looked at my past success, or not, of reaching my New Year’s Resolutions, I discovered an interesting trend, and I’m pretty certain it happens in Corporations as well.
Posts Tagged: Behavior Change
As human beings it is often said we are wired to look for the problems, but what if we looked for the amazing things in our lives instead?
Do you have this behavior in your organization? If so, here’s an easy remedy that you’ll want to consider because it’s probably impacting productivity and morale.
Seriously, increase efficiency overnight by just incorporating these simple practices into your day-to-day routine!
Think you can’t change behaviors? Think again! These five simple actions can change your world!
Even though you buy-in to employee involvement, what can you do if they won’t speak up? It could actually be as simple as letting employees know their input really is desired! Here are my thoughts on why employees may not speak up and recommendations on how to ensure they do!
I recently worked with someone who used the phrase “doing things with intention” and it really struck me. Have you thought about the power of intention? As one expert notes, talking is great, but acting with intention is what really creates alignment in your life.
Some of my best leadership learning’s have come from my parenting experiences and this is a prime example. Although this happened years ago, it is something that resonates with me regularly be it working with clients or in my own every day life, and if you’re serious about progress, this simple concept cannot be overlooked!
New Year’s Resolutions get a bad rap each year – there is always more hype on how we don’t keep our resolutions, rather than how we can. However, I do like to take some time to ponder resolutions, precisely for that reason – it forces me to take the time out to reflect and it’s always enlightening to see what raises to the top. Have you set any Leadership Resolutions this year?
Have you ever felt that you have done all the right things – set strong goals, communicated them, made sure everyone understands – but the same old habits keep getting in the way. Can you really change behavior? Of course you can!