If being at our best requires conditions to first be met, we deny ourselves the reward of our own fulfillment.
The organization will always take whatever energy and hours you’re willing to give it, so it’s important to ask yourself and your teammates this question.
Some people stay where they are and let tomorrow come to them. Time is merely a conveyor belt. Others don’t give their power away. They’re in control. They move into time. Rather than a conveyor belt, they see this moment as a step forward on a path of discovery.
If you find yourself on a new team, here are three steps you can take to make sure your new team will demonstrate elevated behaviors and produce better outcomes.
It’s a popular idea: Create “rules of engagement,” then expect everyone on the team to act accordingly. But it doesn’t work that way.
To close out 2017, here is a collection of the “Top 5” most popular blog posts among leaders and teams from this past year.