Personal Development

Three D’s for dealing with burnout

Nowadays, we often talk or hear about burnout. According to an APA published survey on the topic in 2021, more than fifty-nine percent of the respondents have said that during the COVID crisis and lockdowns, they have experienced burnout. At the same survey, the percentage of people experiencing burnout while working from home has risen… Continue reading Three D’s for dealing with burnout

Leadership

The three T’s of the winning team change

Am I implementing change the right way?   Are these the right people to help our team and company make the changes needed to survive?   Is my team growing or staying steady?   How can I provoke people to build a growth mindset?   What is the right thing to do with low performers?   How can I understand if someone is a low performer and what is the right thing… Continue reading The three T’s of the winning team change

Productivity

How to stay organized and do not lose direction

In the busy world we live in; often time is not enough. According to an APA report from 2020, fifty-three percent of the US people struggle with finishing all the things they have on their calendars. And things get even worse if you combine professional with personal tasks. We need time and often, what we… Continue reading How to stay organized and do not lose direction

Personal Development

Five ways to successfully dealing with anger in your life and work

We often tend to use anger as an excuse for what we have done. Yet, according to an HBR article from 2019, fifty-four percent of people who have done something aggressively have explained it with unconscious and unexpected anger. The more society moves forward faster, the more opportunities for anger demonstration arise. We are angry… Continue reading Five ways to successfully dealing with anger in your life and work

Leadership

Five signs you practice high impact leadership

Impactful leadership has always been the topic of discussion. Managers, leaders, consultants, workers, journalists talk so much of what this means. Organizations invest money in developing leadership every year. In-house, industry, and association rewards are structured to differentiate extraordinary from the average leaders. KPI's are set to measure leadership and its impact on the business… Continue reading Five signs you practice high impact leadership

Productivity

Six  techniques to get you back on track  if you are running late on a project

Simply said - Project is a list of tasks. Companies have started using them to develop people, achieve results, measure performance, and many more. While the new reality is focused on projects, many people struggle with learning this way of work. Still, more than sixty percent of the workforce (as described in a Gallup results… Continue reading Six  techniques to get you back on track  if you are running late on a project

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What have you already tried? – the question that turns your plans

In February 2021, I met a consultant who wanted to sell us leadership training. A young man with a lot of energy and ambition to show how good his product is. We sat for an hour in our company office, and the presentation started. And he talked, talked, and talked. So many words and I… Continue reading What have you already tried? – the question that turns your plans

Personal Development

Six coaching questions to see what is working in your company and what to fix

In a fast-moving and continually changing world, organizations often need to reassess what they have and react to the environmental changes. There are moments when leaders lose focus and miss some details meant to lead them to the environment's next evolution. And these moments of confusion become more and more. Companies hire coaches, mentors and… Continue reading Six coaching questions to see what is working in your company and what to fix