Take a proactive role in understanding what is expected of you by your new boss, who will likely have different expectations, views, and priorities than your previous boss.
Don’t let disruptive behaviors negatively impact the productivity of your organization or department. Instead, utilize the 5 Power Steps to Facilitating Bad Meeting Behaviors.
One of the most important jobs of a leader is to encourage their team members. Encouragement goes a long way in maintaining motivation and is a powerful reward that all leaders have at their disposal.
As Executive Coaches we help clients reduce their stress. Here are 10 tips for Stress Management.
1. Take a deep breathing break.
2. Recognize the difference between things you can control and things you can’t control. Let go of things you can’t control.
3. Share the load.
5. Try not to personalize any criticism you receive.
6. Don’t put up with anything that doesn’t work properly.
7. Allow extra time.
8. Be prepared to wait, bring a book.
9. Choose your friends wisely.
10. Establish a serene place of your own: a reading chair, a spot in the backyard.
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Here are five habits for the end of your day, that will help you avoid procrastination:
- Reorganize your work area for the next day
- Create a daily task list for tomorrow
- Set aside a block of uninterrupted time for a larger project
- Celebrate today’s successes
- Go home on time!
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At some point it happens to all of us: Job Burnout. This is especially true for leaders, who can’t afford to feel that way for very long. Here’s a list to help you identify the cause of your Job Burnout: