By Kevin Eikenberry Maybe is a powerful word. It can be a word of contemplation and consideration. And it can also be a word of procrastination and delay, which is not as helpful. For me, when I am honest with myself, I know which it is when I say it or think it. I might say it hoping people think I am in consideration, when I am really procrastinating, delaying, … [Read more...]
What Choices are You Making?
by Kevin Eikenberry As a new supervisor, you are constantly making decisions. You are bombarded with thousands of decisions every day. We make thousands of micro choices each day, most of them subconsciously guided by our habits and beliefs. These micro choices have a tremendous impact on our lives. It is the culmination of these micro choices that create our … [Read more...]
FAQ Series: How to Raise Your Confidence in a Tough Decision
Confidence is critical to our success as a leader. Here are 4 tips to build your confidence and boost your success. https://youtu.be/pEfuC2Ag6Wg?rel=0&showinfo=0 [Tweet "Remarkable leaders are confident. People seldom follow the timid."] … [Read more...]
Three Secrets to Group Decision Making
Every time I sit in a meeting, I’m utterly fascinated by the way groups make decisions. What happens before, during and after the meeting is different depending upon an organization’s culture. I’m reminded of this during the recent debt ceiling talks … well, maybe we shouldn’t even go there.Charlie Judy, author of HR Fishbowl, wrote an interesting post titled “Stop Playing … [Read more...]