The Gift of Inspiration
One can only hope that as we get older we get wiser, we focus on what really matters, and spend time learning, questioning, and challenging our thoughts and beliefs. Taking the wisdom of age and weaving that into an experience can be quite profound and powerful. As we navigate our lives and integrate our vision and goals into life decisions we are often faced with difficult situations. How can we become comfortable with uncertainty and shift into seeing the challenge as an
Leading at Times of Uncertainty
Leadership is difficult, it does not contain a row of checkboxes that signifies a job complete. Great leadership is not management. It is a role of perspective, inspiration, vision, and curiosity. It is asking others what motivates them and opening the doors so they can walk through and succeed. The last few years have proven challenging for many leaders since it has lacked predictability and a clear vision. I have seen many leaders move (slip) back into the management role.
How to Harness Ambition
A recent article in the New York Times titled The Age of Anti-Ambition, describes our current workforce and the lack of emotional and mental commitment to our jobs. Across industries, people are feeling uninspired, quitting in droves, and reporting higher levels of dissatisfaction or depression. In response to this mass exodus, we are increasing wages and creatively enticing new hires but this got me thinking… maybe we are targeting the wrong thing. For anyone in the workforc