You would think by now people would be used to managing difficult work conversations remotely. I wish I could tell you this is the case. It’s not. The other day, I was on a coaching call with a client who complained about the performance of one of his employees. We...
Learning to say no is the single most effective way to increase your focus and decrease your stress. Think about all those activities you’re saying yes to that consume resources and leave you feeling depleted.
We have to learn to say no to the things that don’t matter and don’t give us joy so that we can say yes to the things that will make us more productive and happier.
I used to hesitate to speak up when someone else presented one of my ideas as their own. I no longer do this.
Experience has taught me the importance of addressing worrisome situations head-on and what happens when you pretend nothing is wrong.
Admittingly, it’s taken me twenty years to get here!
My goal is to accelerate your learning so that it doesn’t take you as long as it’s taken me to get comfortable with discomfort.
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Can We Talk? Who doesn’t cringe when they hear these three words? I mean really, who wants to have a discussion that’s going to be uncomfortable?
Most people handle awkward conversations by ignoring them—which generally makes the situation worse.
Here are some things to consider when faced with a difficult work conversation.
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