How do you set goals when the uncertainty in your situation is overwhelming?
I’m excited and honored that we’re getting together at a time such as this…when so much change has and continues to take place.
What does it mean to “listen completely?” Consider the strategy and skill Rick describes.
Rick is at Page Waterman, Gallery & Framing in Wellesley Square to make the point that, like “all art is contemporary,” our plans can and need to be contemporary.
Artists, Leaders, Creativity and Courage
Of course you’re frustrated. And you’re not alone. As for the plan for that, it’s waiting for you to carefully, compassionately craft it.
Sometimes change can challenge a brand’s sense of identity. Yet, it’s not necessarily a better brand that’s needed, but a better way of expressing it.
Focusing on teamwork and teambuilding, employee frustration and lower productivity can be addressed very effectively.
Leaders and their teams who plan to be their best understand the connection between accountability and taking positive, productive actions which benefit the team and the organization.
For the first time in 810 days I got a sign of progress. How do you persevere and strive to achieve a long-term goal?
Change. There's a plan for that."To be prepared is half the victory," wrote Miguel de Cervantes, Spanish novelist, poet and playwright. And this is where planning for change begins...even if change has been challenging everything for weeks, months or even for years....
For those of us who are leading ourselves and others through change, let’s consider the goodness in this NY Times piece and as well as take one thought by Steve Magness a step further.