We tell ourselves stories all day long. But many of them do more harm then good. The quality of the stories we tell determines the quality of the lives we lead. In this episode of the Lifework podcast we explore how to tell ourselves better stories. Because...well...our lives depend on it.
This week we're exploring the second segment of the employee lens. Here's the question for today. As a leader, how do I cultivate strong and trusting relationship? In this episode, we explore three simple but powerful actions that increase the authenticity of your workplace relationships.
Today we begin a second look at The Employee Lens. The first element of the lens focuses on finding meaning in our work. Here’s an important insight about meaning: we make it as we live. So...what kind of meaning are you making at work? In this episode, we’ll consider an action you can take that will [...]
In the fifth section of the Employee Lens, we find this statement: I am free to create, explore, learn, take initiative and improve what we do. We want our leader to give us more freedom to develop and take on new opportunities. But what is our responsibility in creating that freedom? What can we do [...]
We've all heard the saying, "There is no I in team." Well actually, that's not true at all. There are many "I's" on teams. And if we forget that, we won't bring our individual best on consistent basis. This week, the Monday edition of Thriving Together explores an important element from the employee lens: Everyone [...]
Is it good for a leader to be ignorant? Well the answer to that question sounds like a “slam dunk.” Of course not. But what if ignorance can be a leader’s friend? What would it mean for a leader to be appropriately ignorant and how could that possibility be a good thing? Well…take a listen [...]
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