Building your brand isn’t about closing a sale. It’s about having a sustained impact upon your company, your clients, and yourself. You need to ask yourself: How am I making someone’s life easier?
People are doing their jobs well. Okay, well enough. They hit their marks, they fill their quotas, they don’t make many mistakes. They’re fulfilling their job descriptions, adequately. And they’re languishing... First, it’s best to assume that complacency exists. What are the signs to look for?
Just because we spend our days communicating doesn't mean we do it well.
Staying motivated after the summer months can feel like trying to talk a bear back into hibernation. Here are some tips to survive your post-vacation swoon.
Sure, sometimes you just know that you’ve lost that spark for work. Sometimes it’s not easy to recognize that you’ve become burned out in your job. And it’s different from just being stressed. Think about it. Does this sound like you?
So you’re trying to be a leader even though you’re not around people? We have a few more tips for you as you bulk up your leadership skills.
Leadership has historically included a physical presence. It had to do with how you entered, commanded a conference room, your body language, eye contact, and so many other markers that created the aura of a leader. But what happens when physical presence is no longer possible?
Recently I had a chance to sit across the digital divide with AliceAi, Surprise’s Mission master and chief motivator. Now it’s her turn to give some feedback on how Surprise feeds the accountability beast.