You are good at what you do, that’s wonderful, but it doesn’t mean you have to stop there. You’re what I call a reacher! The good news is, you can reach high without leaving behind the hard work and success you’ve earned in your current organization. In other words, don’t leave behind all the positive contributions you’ve made to your organization during your tenure. It can be as good as money in the bank when it comes to making cross-organization career moves.
As leaders who have to balance busy home and work lives, finding calm is a great way to distinguish yourself from your peers. In this calm you are the best position to demonstrate executive presence, superior decision making and levelheadedness.
While we all need to sleep to function well physically, how we recharge our batteries mentally and emotionally is unique. Some people recharge by being around people. Some recharge by closing the bedroom and bathroom doors and taking a long bath. For some of you, exercise is energizing. When you are close to burnout, it’s because you take on more of what drains you and stop doing things that recharge the spirit
Performance Formula Elite athletes share a lot of common qualities. The best athletes in the world are obsessed with tuning their bodies, minds and emotions so they can perform in the arena when it matters … read more
This message goes out to really everybody on the Ron Paul Ross newsletter. As you may recall, last year I asked you for some advice, and overwhelmingly what you told me to focus on how … read more
For the last few months, I have been laser focused on Team Performance. Nothing impacts team performance more than having truthful conversation. In my coaching and consulting work it is something I do well. It … read more
Did you know that only 15% of employees across the world are engaged in their jobs? That number is staggering because it means that 85% of employees are not invested in committing their time, talent, … read more
High performing teams must have five key roles filled to continue to function optimally. In a previous post, I talked about the importance of having balance for teams to function their best. By filling these … read more
How do I get everyone on the same page and moving in the same direction? “If everything is important, nothing is.” When you’re talking about a team that is working together to get things done, … read more
How do I improve my team’s chemistry? Does team chemistry positively impact team performance? If you would have asked me a year ago, I would’ve given you a resounding yes. Today, I would still say yes, … read more