I’m on my phone too much. You’re on your phone too much. It’s the world we live in, but that doesn’t mean we have to be OK with it. Leaders, your employees are going to have to do a lot on their phones to get work done. But sometimes, like in meetings, being connected to our phones is more harmful than helpful.
Young leaders, you may be asking, “How do I get credibility now and not have to wait until I am in my mid 30’s or early 40’s before people will respect and respond to me?” Brad Lomenick helps answer this question.
Leading change is incredibly difficult. But, when it comes to leading change, my friend Steve Graves has a ton of wisdom. On his blog this week, Steve shared two requirements for organizational change.
Men, you have a lot of jobs in the workplace, no matter what your “title” is in your role. One of the jobs you have, though, is to not build any obstacles hindering the work of the women in your office. Selma Wilson shares three reasons women feel intimidated in the workplace. A diverse workplace, with people of different genders, races, and giftings, is a healthy workplace.
“Yes-men arise out of fear or disengagement.” Leaders, you must not surround yourself with yes-men or yes-women. Art Rainer explains why that matters.