One evening not long ago I was out driving on the highway during a rainstorm. I signaled right and started to switch lanes. The problem was that, due to low visibility, I failed to see a van that was moving into the same space. Its tail swiped the front side of my car. For the next few days, I drove around with increased hesitation.
Has your industry been deeply impacted by COVID19, such as education, travel, tourism, or event sales? Are you stuck at home with little to do while you wait for the other coronavirus shoe to drop? Many of us are experiencing unprecedented levels of disruption to our personal and professional lives. We fear for our futures and
In light of the most challenging situation we are facing, I have decided to offer a free webinar series on topics like mindset, classroom management, learning objectives and more.
In light of the most challenging situation we are facing, I decided to offer a free, two-part webinar series this week on Mindset. The first webinar took place on Tuesday, March 17 and was recorded for on-demand playback. You can access the recording here. The second recording is scheduled for Thursday, March 19 at 11 AM EST. Click here to... Read more »
My wife and I got an email this past Thursday night that our kids’ schools were closing for Friday and all of this week at the minimum. This didn’t come as a surprise, as schools throughout the country have been closing, voluntarily or otherwise.
The recent coronavirus-driven turmoil on Wall Street has left many investors holding their collective breath. Following years of steady gains, we witnessed a loss of 3000 points on the Dow Jones in just 5-days, which put the market in correction territory
Since rolling out my “4 step” productivity plan, I have seen the need to include an added step that focuses on leadership. After all, if we are going to get more from our people, we need to use our leadership position to motivate others, create a healthy work environment
The next step (Step 4) towards increased productivity is to aim to ensure that our new productivity process is sustainable and doesn’t quickly fizzle out. So often, we get excited about a new process but lack the tools
Okay. So far, we’ve planned our work, put systems in place to keep our people informed and are rowing in the right direction. The next step (Step 3) towards increased productivity is to roll up our sleeves and get to work.
Now that we have planned for what we want to see accomplished, the next step (Step 2) towards increased productivity is to share information effectively and involve others to ensure that you and they are as productive as