#SH302: Goal Setting

Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible. ~ Tony Robbins How serious are you about achieving your goals and living a life of fulfillment? Do you know what you truly want to get out of each day, week, month, and year? Setting goals is a critical first step to... Continue Reading →

#SH302: The 4 Ps of Service Leadership

Ask Yourself How would those you lead define your leadership style? Outside of potentially labeling you as good or bad, would they say you excel in communication and relationships, would they say that you are autocratic or authoritative, maybe they would they say that you’re primarily interested in setting goals and meeting the organization’s established... Continue Reading →

#SH302: Teamwork

February is a unique month. The first noticeable difference is its length. Considering that it only has 28 days makes it a little odd and unique. It is also the only month that may not experience a full moon. In fact, this February 2018, we may not see one. February is also the month that... Continue Reading →

#SH302: Breakdown the Complexities of any Organization Using LIST — A Leader’s Guide to Systems Thinking

Systems Check There she was--angry, frustrated, scared, and thankful all at the same time. The emotions ran together as she stared at her blown out tire on the side of the highway. Now that she was safe, and the car was on the side of the road, she was more angry than anything--angry at herself... Continue Reading →

#SH302: Three Keys to Organizational Growth

Either you’re growing or decaying; there’s no middle ground. If you’re standing still you’re decaying ~Alan Arkin Remember to SeRVe when Experiencing Organizational Growth: Service, Risks, Vision “Growth” is a common word used to reflect a new success or recent achievement. Likewise, it means to develop something or oneself further than previously established. The measures... Continue Reading →

#SH302: Leaders Who Listen — Four Nuggets of Wisdom that You Need to Know Today

Listening is a skill. Great leaders listen well and consciously develop their listening skills over time. Melissa Daimler, who led the Global Learning & Organizational Development team of Twitter at one time, tells Harvard Business Review readers that “listening can be a challenging skill to master.” However, she encourages readers to to try  three practical strategies... Continue Reading →

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