We all have a finite amount of time and energy. And so, I ask you, given who you are today, right here, right now, are you truly spending your resources in the right places and in the right proportions? Or are you holding onto situations and relationships that are extraneous, broken, or lifeless? Aleasha explores the art of ending and the importance of pruning your life.
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For many of us, the words, “team building” conjure up images of trust falls, paper towers, and high ropes. For others, there are flashbacks to awkward icebreakers and invasions of personal space. As you plan your next Team building session, keep these four tips in mind to get the most out of your experience.
We are often asked by managers and supervisors to work with certain Teams because they are having trouble or in crisis. As consultants, it can feel a bit like untangling a chain; every kink and knot is connected, but you really do not know where to begin. Regardless, it is imperative to create a shared experience that will help Teams to re-align their purpose, recalibrate their objectives and re-structure their practices. Today Aleasha shares a few ways to make this happen.
Sometimes, the most important leadership skills we need to master, are the ones that are the simplest. Aleasha reflects on what her grandparents taught her every summer at their family cabin. 5 leadership maxims that aren’t fancy or lifted from a best selling book. But they are real, honest, and wise. Indeed, they pass the critical test of time and are still relevant to the many Teams we work with today.
The mere whisper of the word feedback from a colleague, friend, client or boss can make us wince in anticipatory fear, and plummet our thoughts into the abyss of failure. It doesn’t have to be that way, especially when we utilize the language of Strengths. Aleasha explains how having a deep and honest understanding of our own Strengths, can profoundly impact our relationships with feedback.