3 skills to help you better structure your day and challenges as a leader

We live in a fast-paced world.  People everywhere move from task to task within hours and even minutes.  Stress grows every day.  The cases of people who die after a burnout rise ever year (According to  APA in 2018  in the US 68 000 people have lost life after burn out). In this fast-paced world, leaders … Continue reading 3 skills to help you better structure your day and challenges as a leader

The Fixed mindset people – why you need them in your team to be successful

We all have heard that the environment around us is changing rapidly every day. Another mantra that overwhelms us is that this change can be done with people who are flexible to the changes,  with adaptive thinking and ready to constantly learn new things. These people are often called people with a growth  mindset, talents,  … Continue reading The Fixed mindset people – why you need them in your team to be successful

The overpromising senior leader and the mission impossible project – 5 steps to ensure real results for every project

One of the topics that have been overlooked is the one for the leader who gives promises, just to break them down after a while. There is a lot written on the topic of the leadership,  but very few of what is written is about this behavior and how to deal with it. Imagine(or not) … Continue reading The overpromising senior leader and the mission impossible project – 5 steps to ensure real results for every project

7 simple rules to make your day more productive

A topic I often hear to be discussed these days is how many things people are not able to finish within the deadlines set.  People struggle with deadlines at work, with deadlines in their personal life, with promises they make to relatives, close friends, and families. And still, after all these struggles, most of them … Continue reading 7 simple rules to make your day more productive

The big arrow or how important is alignment when you plan the future

Several years ago I was hired to facilitate executive team off-site meeting in a mid-sized company.  The goal of the meeting shred to me was to find opportunities for upgrading their efforts and results during the next year. Everyone looked engaged,  presentations were going as planned,  people were strict with the timekeeping.  At the beginning, … Continue reading The big arrow or how important is alignment when you plan the future

4 universal principles to follow if you want to progress in everything

Did you shortly experience a state of mind where you stay and don’t even get a clue what you should do next to move forward?  If your answer is YES,  then you are not alone.   According to a Boston  Consulting Group survey,  conducted back in 2018,  43% of people are waiting for something outside them, … Continue reading 4 universal principles to follow if you want to progress in everything

4 habits to look at if you want to improve your work relationships and achieve success

You may constantly experience the behavior of people with bad behaviors around you.  These people are fundamentally okay.  They are not bad, they are not childish or selfish people.  These people often have certain gaps and these gaps make them look difficult to work with. These people may be disorganized, bad at details.  They will … Continue reading 4 habits to look at if you want to improve your work relationships and achieve success

How to use brainstorming to generate positive problem-solving results

Creativity and problem solving are two areas where most people think are good and then, when they face a problem,  those same people find it hard to solve it. The reason why we rarely succeed in solving problems from first time is we do not have enough options we can analyze to get to the … Continue reading How to use brainstorming to generate positive problem-solving results

How to impact results through people’s accountability

Accountability is a hot topic these days.  Companies move from engagement and motivation to accountability.  According to a Harvard Business study from 2018 motivation and engagement are seen more as internal elements growing in every person and leveling according to the factors that help create and sustain them in time. Accountability instead is the result … Continue reading How to impact results through people’s accountability

The killers of your productivity at work – meaningless meetings

In today organizations people often struggle with productivity.  According to an HBR research, 72% of people attending meetings during the work days have some issues with productivity, stay long hours at work,  to finish their work, or re-schedule more than 18% of their planned work for next day, week, etc. At feedback sessions, according to … Continue reading The killers of your productivity at work – meaningless meetings