Does this buzz term reflect a shift in thinking about work culture and engagement? “Quiet quitting” is a term that has sprung up in recent months and has seen plenty of commentary on various forums from TikTok to major news platforms such as The Economist and NPR. Since most of these sources are based in […]
One area of particular weakness in mid-level leaders and new supervisors that I have noticed in my 25 years of international leadership development training and coaching is their inability to give relevant, useful, and beneficial feedback. In fact, giving feedback is one of the greatest fears of new leaders at all levels of an organization. […]
Empathy and compassion appear to be just what the doctor ordered as organizations re-group, re-think and re-organize. As human beings, our call is to kindness. Kindness to ourselves and each other. The more people I speak to the more I hear the mantra: I am crazy busy and exhausted. The 2020 call to self-compassion and […]
You may have heard that letting your cell phone run down to 0% before recharging it is bad for its overall battery life. This turns out to be a relevant metaphor for device users, too: it’s far better to recharge our own “batteries” regularly, rather than wait until we are totally depleted or burned out. […]
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