It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change.
Most great leaders are also great listeners.
The art of having grit is the ability to balance the qualities that make one a fierce competitor and an enduring optimist.
Receiving feedback can be just as challenging as giving it. Follow these 5 keys to receiving feedback like a champ.
Feedback is a gift, not a weapon with which to beat people into submission.
What if that person who had the biggest impact on your life or career had decided not to share their gift with you?
The truth of the matter is we fail more than we succeed. If we’re succeeding more than we’re failing we aren’t trying hard enough.
Connecting with others just feels good and there’s a biological reason for that.
The most phenomenal leaders I’ve ever worked for got that way by running head first into challenges, adapting to their environment and having a willingness to separate themselves from their titles.
Don’t stand above people, lord over them and expect them to get to where you are. Meet them where they are and pull them up.