Train Your Brain to Focus (Paul Hammerness,MD, and Margaret Moore, HBRBlog Network)
It’s kinda nice to see the spotlight shining on multi-tasking in a negative way. Maybe that’s a little mean but the BIG team has seen too many people drop too many balls because they believe it’s good leadership/management for them to do 27 things simultaneously.
10 “It’s Your Biz” Brainpower Tools (Dr. Ellen Weber, Brain Leaders and Learners)
Ellen serves up ten brain empowered insights for entrepreneurs based on It’s Your Biz by Susan Wilson Solovic. We particularly like the insight to have “confidence to dance alone at times and live new discoveries.”
Be Bitter or Better (Shawn Murphy, Switch and Shift)
It’s hard being a leader these days, for sure. One of our oft-used pieces of coaching advice – you can either be bitter or get better, the choice is up to you – gets backed up here with three specific easy-to-use tactics for leaders to consider.
Five Signs Your Organization May be Trapped in a Psychic Prison (Chris Young, The Rainmaker)
Think your organization might be trapped by its past and held captive by unconscious bias and habits? Chris offers a short, five item checklist to diagnosis if your organization is “trapped in a favored way of thinking which restricts creativity, prohibits change, and limits its ability to progress into the future.”
A Case For Being a ‘Nice’ Boss (Gwyn Teatro, You’re Not the Boss of Me)
In a business world that sometimes categorizes being nice as a four-letter word, we love how Gwyn challenges us to challenge our thinking about niceness. It’s something leaders should all aspire to.
The Leadership Love-in (John Bell, In the CEO Afterlife)
As a former CEO, John shares some insights into his love of leadership as well as a list of some of his favorite leadership blog sites.
Here’s to using your head to manage and your heart to lead!
Blog by Jane Perdue