Being a leader is a huge responsibility – not only do you need to look after yourself, but you are also responsible for taking care of those in your charge. Being able to use that responsibility, and privilege, can be tiring and draining. But it can also immensely rewarding. And this example from Starbucks proves…
Great teams do not come about by chance. Great teams – when they are at their best – start first with the foundation of each person on the team understanding their superpower
– Keith Yamashita
MOONSHOT, a tool to help you transform for now & in the future
Being in charge makes you a manager. Having people choose to follow you makes you a leader.
TEAM lookout, create a team priorities plan by your team for your team
I believe that people should do a job that lights a fire in them – to do this, it should be a job driven by their personal purpose. Use *BELIEVATE to identify yours and light that fire.
The goal is not to be perfect by the end. The goal is to be better today. – Simon Sinek
Proud to announce that TEAMGAUGE, my new short team survey is ready to download. It is designed to quickly capture the thoughts of members of your team about their role in the team. It will give you an insight in their engagement levels, their levels of motivation and their level of clarity about their role….
See how I am working to better engage my team by capturing how they feel about themselves and their own role.
We can learn about our future from our past because, regardless of technology or the speed of innovation, people are still people. – Simon Sinek, http://www.startwithwhy.com