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We all get behind, all fall behind. We all have too much on our plates and some days are struggling to keep above board to ensure we can get it all done. And while we are trying to deal with that, new priorities are coming in that “have to be done yesterday”. If you’re leading a team and feeling this need to catch up, like you need a second to take a breath, get stock…

Yes, we are all hearing, we are all “aware” of what is being said around us all the time. We grab snippets, pieces that resonate with us, or parts of conversations that agree with our inner dialogue. But that’s not listening. And that’s not what your client needs to hear.

A few weeks ago we had a great interview with Rekha Rao-Mayya on our Season 4 topic of Worklife Balance. Rekha has had the unique experience of moving from Microsoft to Amazon during the pandemic and some of the lessons she has learned along the way were truly interesting to hear. One that resonated with me was leading by example when it comes to work life balance and how she has had to force herself…

If you ask this question to anyone they will say no. We are not too busy to grow. We are not too busy to get better. We are not too busy to learn. And yet we allow meetings, archaic processes, repetitive tasks, fires, who needs what more, it has to be done yesterday, I need it now or never and “pick your own thing that stops you from learning and growing” anecdote and put it…

At the first sound of a new meeting, there is a sigh (not of relief) but of dread. Another block of time in your day is taken up by a discussion of sorts that may or may not lead to something productive. Over the past year, we’ve been inundated with meetings that have given them the worst name than they already had before. At the first sound of a huddle, your immediate thought is -…