Inspire Those Emerging Leaders by Tapping into Strengths-For years, managers and directors have observed the rise and departure of gifted employees who have not been fully engaged in their organizations. The reality is, the workplace is changing, and the needs and wants of employees today is different than it was ten years ago. We’ve seen the changes and want to help organizations stabilize the workforce by inspiring emerging leaders with something uniquely better.
“Actions have consequences quite different from what is intended because the situation is more complicated than we assume. How easy it is for us to be taken off course when working towards a desired outcome? When two or more parties fail to see things the same way, they are opening up the possibility of something new to emerge, or, something superior to the original thought. Keep in mind, the key to working through conflict is not to minimize its disadvantages, or even to emphasize its positive functions, but to accept both and to try to understand how conflicts move in destructive or productive directions.
Bill Talerico talks to us for #oneminute about the power of associations, and why who we surround ourselves with matters.
A wise old prophet once said, “The first secret of success is showing up.” Ok. It wasn’t exactly a wise old prophet. It was Woody Allen, and he said it was 80% of life. But close enough. Showing up matters, and sometimes you just have to commit to doing it. I’ve never regretted showing up, but I’ve certainly regretted skipping out.