We’re all familiar with some of the old adages about taking care of ourselves: “You can’t drink from an empty well.” “You need to put your own oxygen mask on first.” And fine. They’re true. But today I’d like to look at how sacrificing your own needs to help others
If you were to ask leaders whether they demand that their team members do things or whether they ask them, my guess would be that the vast majority would say that they ask their team members. However, if you asked team members whether their boss asks or demands that they
If you have to work with someone who is constantly overreacting, work can quickly become a stressful place. Whether it’s your boss, a colleague or one of the employees on your team, dealing with people who have a tendency to overreact to everything can take an awful lot of energy.
Generally speaking, leaders want to be the best leader they can possibly be. They want their teams to perform as best as possible. Sometimes, this desire can lead to micromanagement. What starts off as a desire to ensure high performance can turn into a need to oversee everything. The problem
Have you ever gotten so frustrated, so upset that you immediately blamed someone else for the situation? Even if you already knew that blaming doesn’t work? Be honest with yourself now… It’s happened to all of us. I know that I’ve certainly been guilty of it more times than I’d
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