PLAN TO BE YOUR BEST
David McCullough illustrates how knowing your history and identity is a key leadership strategy for navigating change. David refers to our nation. You can apply this to your company, as well.
Three leadership strategies that saved a failing college, based on my recent interview with Dan Elsener.
The first step to overcoming change exhaustion – for businesses and individuals – is to regain and reclaim your identity. This takes work, but it’s essential and it pays off.
Leaders, just as you will gain a lot by knowing your “why,” encourage each member of your team to do the same. It’s an effective way to lead yourself and others through times of change and #uncertainty.
“Our managers are working in a state of change exhaustion!” Here’s why, plus three things you can do about it.
See how the leaders at New Life Furniture Bank in Massachusetts are changing lives by being bold.