In Business As in Life, You Don’t Get What You Deserve, You Get What You Negotiate
I just finished reading One Minute Manager. Deceptively simple, and measurably effective, the secrets of one-minute management will help you boost profits, productivity, and purpose immediately. I wanted to share the management principles that spoke to me and might speak to you as well. I give those to you now and highly recommend that you get the book. But if you only have a minute, read this instead.
Creativity, Inc. is a manual for anyone who strives for originality, fosters problem-solving, and pushes its employees to new heights. In going through this book, I pulled out takeaways across all the chapters that I will re-read periodically. I give those to you now and highly recommend that you get the book. But if you've only 5 minutes, read this instead.
The takeaways and excerpts from Trillion Dollar Coach: The Leadership Playbook of Silicon Valley’s Bill Campbell.
Starting a new job is never easy. Many new hires feel overwhelmed, but by utilizing these tips, organizations can make the first day of work a seamless transition and help new employees feel comfortable and welcome.
I’m sharing what I have learned through years of experience operating, building and leading teams, and spending much time reflecting on my mistakes. I have refined these over the years. They have helped me become a better leader, create more leaders, freed up time for me to go after multiple audacious goals, and most importantly, help build more autonomous high-performing teams.