Performance Fuel to Elevate Your Game & Strengthen Your Brand
Leadership is a habit, not knowledge you can get from a book. It is a daily practice that you cultivate, hone and refresh. Fearless leaders share a few core practices that make them truly great Fearless Leaders (and I’ve included links to related articles if you want to know more)…
Developing your personal brand is essential for the advancement of your career and development as a leader. Unfortunately, personal branding has become a “commoditized” term
Have you ever felt like you’re talking, but nobody is listening? Here’s Julian Treasure to help you fix that. As the sound expert demonstrates some useful vocal exercises and shares tips on how to speak with empathy, he offers his vision for a sonorous world of listening and understanding.
here is one factor that will make or break a connection in both personal and professional relationships. Also, the degree that this factor exists determine how well you can cooperate, resolve conflict, and trust each other. The critical factor in relationship success…
Personal branding experts agree that it is important to stand out: You need to be visible so that people know you have something unique to offer on the job. Standing out doesn’t mean that you don’t get along with coworkers or that you don’t fit in.
Brand Audiences and Shared Values – Increasing Brand Equity by Understanding the Mindset of a Target Market
A brand is not a logo or a tagline. It is not a person or a product. A brand is what an audience thinks and feels about an organisation; the intangible attributes that are its most valuable assets.
This article is by Sara Canaday, a career strategist and corporate speaker and author of You—According to Them: Uncovering the Blind Spots That Impact Your Reputation and Your Career.
What I often hear in coaching sessions with clients is “I didn’t say anything.” They had the answer, they knew it was right, or they …
Remember when your school teacher would say, “For this next assignment, you’ll be working with a partner. Please find a partner now.” What happened next? How did you feel? Had you and your best friend already made a lifelong pact to be each other’s partners whenever the need arose?
Perspective is everything, especially when it comes to examining your beliefs. Are you a soldier, prone to defending your viewpoint at all costs — or a scout, spurred by curiosity? Julia Galef examines the motivations behind these two mindsets…
I took my own advice last week and attended a professional coaching conference to disrupt my routine and stimulate my mind. Through great speakers and inspiring conversations, I was saturated with thought-provoking information. One of which was a Gallop poll statistic stating that 87% of the workforce is disengaged…
Every boss says she wants her employees to be reliable and dependable. Every boss says she wants her employees to be proactive and diligent. Every boss says she wants her employees to be good leaders and good followers.
Certain behaviors will derail your professional life and stop success dead in its tracks. Steer clear of self-defeating habits and achieve your goals.
You may not know what guilt scheduling is, but I can almost bet you’re a victim of it. Guilt scheduling is what we do to ourselves after a vacation or day off.
We all know that living under stressful conditions has serious emotional, even physical, consequences. So why do we have so much trouble taking action to reduce our stress levels and improve our lives?
From COMPELLING PEOPLE by John Neffinger and Matthew Kohut. Summarized by arrangement with Hudson Street Press, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House LLC
If you were to see my calendar, you’d probably notice a host of time slots greyed out but with no indication of what’s going on. There is no problem with my Outlook or printer. The grey sections reflect “buffers,” or time periods I’ve purposely kept clear of meetings.
Once upon a time there was an artist whose marriage fell apart, forcing her to move from a two-bedroom house with a yard, dining room, laundry room and small office/breakfast nook to a small one-bedroom apartment. Her entire studio — industrial drafting table, flat files, file cabinet, light table, computer desk, etc., all lived in
dy language affects how others see us, but it may also change how we see ourselves. Social psychologist Amy Cuddy argues that “power posing” — standing in a posture of confidence, even when we don’t feel confident — can boost feelings of confidence, and might have an impact on our chances for success
Every aspect of your presence has social meaning, including your emotions, intentions, and regard for the people in the room. Especially if you are a leader, you need to develop both Cognitive and Sensory Awareness to have impact you desire.
In today´s complex and highly dynamic world many people rush from one meeting to another, they chase task after task, and try to find ways to squeeze as much as possible into their diaries…