Your biggest opportunity to strengthen relationships with key stakeholders, stand out in your market and enter new ones, and to boost employee performance, retention, morale and esprit de corps may be to support and train employees to be authentic, adept, articulate ambassadors of your company brand and thus their own. Here’s more about how and why.
Lance Armstrong’s interview with Oprah can offer us costly lessons on deceit, the collateral damage it inflicts on others, and most of all, ways we are all dishonest some of the time, and how we can avoid going too far down the slippery slope of deceit so far we can never fully recover our precious friendships, reputation and capacity to live a life we can savor with other
Use your feelings of outrage and sadness about the Sandy Hook shooting as fuel to hone your capacity turn more situations into opportunities to bring out others happier and higher-performing side. All of us can reduce violence by using connective cues to boost convivial behavior before hurt feelings turn into violent action. Here are eight ways to act and speak to others’ positive intent, especially when they appear to have none.
Practice connective listening cues to become an Opportunity Maker with and for others. That way, you stay relevant and sought-after while savoring work and life with others. Also, you will work more productively and collaboratively as you bring out the best side in others so they see and support yours.
If you’re new to MovingFromMeToWe.com, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Want to to kick off your new year in a way that will spur growth, enable you to savor time with others and create fresh meaning in your life? Try this …. Create a Mutually-Reinforcing Group Ritual For over [...]
A sign of the growing popularity of all kinds of collaboration is the growing number of books on some aspect of the topic. What are your favorites? Here are some I’ve come across: Alone Together: Sociable Robots, Digitized Friends, and the Reinvention of Intimacy and Solitude by Sherry Turkle. The Big Sort: Why the Clustering [...]
The sweet scent of the narcissus plant wafts upstairs to me just like the lingering memory of my uphill neighbors, an always upbeat Irish couple in their early eighties. Stopping off on their daily walk, they knocked on my door early this morning to deliver the plant, their holiday gift, knowing I would be up [...]