Is it really just a dream to be seen as an employee who’s dependable and efficient, while being able to spend time with your children before they go to bed at night, or for you to be able to get sleep by 11pm being that you need to rise at 5:30am the next day? Even if you say “yes” to that question now, keep in mind, good dreams can actually come true! Truth is, there’s nothing ethical about being slave-driven … Continue reading “3 Elements of True Work Ethic That Can Help the Best to Last!”
3 Simple Steps Towards Gaining Trustworthiness
A long road to recovery it is when what was built over time can come tumbling down with a breach of trust. This begs, as others’ trust falls, and tears & fears raise, now is the time where it’s essential to work to regain trust and restore credibility. In the same way I’ve encouraged groups of ex-offenders, coaching them to prepare them to re-enter society, rebuilding trust, an arduous task it is, yet it’s necessary and absolutely possible to do. … Continue reading “3 Simple Steps Towards Gaining Trustworthiness”
How to Handle 3 Work Stressors to Bring the Best Out of You!
According to research, you aren’t the only one who may have grown to hate your job. About two-thirds of US employees are somewhere in that area of the job likability spectrum, right along with you. That means you’re not alone. And, the most rewarding and exciting part about it, is you don’t have to remain feeling that way. So much could play into why your experience at work has shifted from you loving it to hating it. But other than leaving … Continue reading “How to Handle 3 Work Stressors to Bring the Best Out of You!”
Finding Firm Ground with 3 Ways to Initiate Independence
Several years ago, working late in the office was quite common for me as a team lead. Much of it was my own workload, along with being one who wanted those I led to succeed as much as I did, so whenever they needed me for something they needed help with, I was there. This was several years ago, when I was a novice at being a leader. Situations my team members brought to me seemed valid enough for me … Continue reading “Finding Firm Ground with 3 Ways to Initiate Independence”