Advocating self-acknowledgement! Managers and leaders to acknowledge that they are not bullet-proof humans, and can do mistakes! Interesting reading by HBR. “When is the last time you said words like these to the people who work for you? “I don’t
… Outperform is the key word! It rings Jack Welch word in my mind; Overdeliver. — Mouaz. ‘When working on a new project, many of us reach a breaking point and give up when things start getting difficult. Recognizing what
… Once again, Mr.Qubein makes a wonderful addition for professionals to be masters at exactly what they are good to do. Center for Creative Leadership ‘CCL’ and Jack Welch oftenly advise professionals to consider Self-Awareness as the first step towards
[CCL] You may be pretty familiar — and probably fairly comfortable — with the model of the visiting leadership coach. Sometimes it’s easier to dispense leadership advice to an audience you don’t know. So it’s no wonder these leadership pros seem so confident. But what if you’re asked to coach a subordinate or a peer within your organization? Is coaching someone you might work with daily a Quixotic task?
You won’t get to the top without it. To build your self-confidence, believe in yourself, don’t worry about being perfect, and put up a brave front