PLAN TO BE YOUR BEST…As You Navigate Change
There are two parts to this strategy. Leaders can foster this yet it’s for anyone seeking to strengthen relationships, teamwork and productivity during challenging times.
Just as I’ve seen how lessons from business can apply to my personal life, many of the lessons I’ve learned through seven knee surgeries since a football injury 45 years ago have applications in business, as well.
Rick details the topic from today’s PLAN TO BE YOUR BEST …Daily virtual meeting. He applied the LISTEN leadership strategy by asking the attendees to discuss being overwhelmed by the current COVID-19 challenges.
Judith Bowman’s story and perspectives on change provides inspiration and motivation for us all to be our best.
You’re invited to these virtual meetings: the weekly leadership meeting every Tuesday as well as “10 Questions to Ask Now …As You Lead Yourself and Others through Change.”
As you lead yourself and others through change, use this simple yet powerful question to help your team(s) gain strength and a positive attitude.
While we’re all hearing headlines and soundbites we’ve never heard before, keep your ears open for something else which may seem novel, but is very common in times like these.
Ron Yates describes the importance of listening when navigating change.
Based on his corporate and non-profit leadership roles, Ron Yates stresses the importance of preparing to navigate change.