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“I’m glad I see with my eyes and not the pages I’ve read.” Alberto Caeiro

Published on 2/11/2018
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Celebrate Those Around You

“Each of us in this room are celebrated because of the stories that we tell, and this year, we became the story.”

No matter what you do, other people are involved in your journey. Don’t forget them.

When you don’t listen to employees’ stories, your leadership skills become limited because you can’t fully understand how to manage them. In each person’s story lies the key to their motivation, what encourages them, and how they’ll react to certain situations.

Get to know your own team, employees in other departments, and your customers. Ask them what their goals are or if they have special skills or interests. Get to know their favorite activities outside of work.

Incorporate all the information you’ll get into team bonding activities and future projects.


Push For A Brighter Tomorrow

 “…but the one quality all of them seem to share is an ability to maintain hope for a brighter morning, even during our darkest nights.”

Being a leader provides plenty of challenges.

As your leadership skills develop, so will your need to participate in some unhappy moments. From firing or laying an employee off to letting a client know a mistake has been made on his project, there will be tough tasks.

Don’t let these moments define you.

Instead, maintain hope for yourself and for the people you’re leading. Take a moment to acknowledge and accept those dark moments. Then, move onto the solution and new morning.

Remember, you’re not alone in those tough times. Don’t be afraid to reach out and ask for help.

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