One of the best ways for a leader to endear people to them is to use empathy in their dealings with those they lead. Empathy is simply trying to understand others by putting yourself in their shoes. Henry Ford once said: “If there is any one secret to success, it lies in the ability to get the other person’s point of view and see things from his angle as well as your own.”
So your late to a meeting. So what right? If you really cared about being there on time you wouldn’t have been late to the meeting in the first place, correct? Here are five tips to make things even worse. They work every time – guarantee it!
Overcoming procrastination completely is impossible, hence the question mark in the title “Stop Procrastinating?” The reality is you can’t do everything you have to do, so you have to procrastinate on some things. Here are five things to help you stop procrastinating on what matters, which is where much of the problem lies.
Examples of where leaders are tested on their courage in the workplace are plentiful. As a leader you might have to give an employee difficult feedback. Or maybe people are questioning your vision in times of difficulty. In each situation the leader has to be confident and courageous. I will be the first to admit it isn’t easy having been tested many times in my life as a leader.
Being the new leader or person in charge of any organization can bring with it a lot of challenges, self doubt and worry. Why?