The importance of delegating is well-researched and considered a known fact nowadays. Yet, many leaders and other authority figures struggle to hone in on the skill.
So much to do, so little time. We’re only granted 24 hours a day, and too often, it’s just not enough.
The qualities people typically admire in a partner or a friend aren’t necessarily the same traits that are most respected in the workplace-- like humor.
Humor is a funny thing. In interpersonal relationships with family and friends, having a sense of humor is highly valued and considered attractive.
Happiness and success go hand in hand. Many of us have been instilled with the idea that success breeds happiness, and the more goals we achieve, the happier we will become.
Every worker and every business will have a nuanced approach to why they do the work they do. A purpose, reason for being, objective-- all are part of your WHY.
Introverts are the personality type that typically attract the most questions. Introverts are pensive, complex, and worthy of analysis.
In our lives and in our work, we tend to delay our celebrations until the last moment. Projects that take weeks to complete are recognized only at their full completion.
While anxiety is quite prevalent among the U.S. population, many people who suffer go undiagnosed, resulting in a culture that doesn’t always recognize the hindrance of anxiety, or allow for those who suffer from it to feel supported in their everyday work life.
In times of high stress or sudden change, leaders are increasingly relied upon to reassure team members and instill a sense of safety, confidence, and calm.