With unexpected shifts in leadership, sudden layoffs, corporate restructures, and economic uncertainties, the workplace can quickly feel chaotic. Finding your balance amidst this turmoil can be challenging. How can you regain stability? And how do you create a perception of certainty with your team?
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Trust is often easy to build within teams.
Trust might be a small word, but it is a big, complicated topic.
As human beings, we crave clarity. And it's no wonder.
It wasn't that long ago that anyone could be a leader. Work enough hours in a company and before long, you were tapped on the shoulder to lead a team.
One of the wonderful things about working in a company with a variety of people is that you get to experience lots of different personality types.
A CEO of a well-known Australian brand came to me to coach his CFO, Bill. Bill had been with the company for over thirty years and was proud that he had served the founder and previous CEO for decades.
A common misperception of being a great leader is that you have to be a good person. A nice person.
If there is one thing that both new and experienced managers or leaders worry about - it's having a performance conversation.
One of the things I find fascinating about improving any sort of interpersonal or intrapersonal skill is that you have to start with yourself.