I don’t care if my team is “satisfied” with their job—but I do care if they feel fulfilled. This week, I’ll talk about why that difference is critically important.
People often see people leaving their organization as a betrayal, but they’re missing the bigger picture. This week, I talk about how I shifted my mindset around this notion.
Clients and those we serve will always hear what they want to hear, especially when it comes to numbers. This week, we’ll talk about the best way to use that information.
Nowadays, it seems like everyone has the same opinion: that everyone else’s opinion is wrong. This week, I share with you how growing up mixed-race allowed me to always see the other side.
An incident at work has me thinking about what’s happened to accountability and work ethic. This week, I’ll talk about how to reframe our mindsets around those important concepts.
Are you only giving the people you serve quarterly or annual reviews? Then you’re doing them a disservice. This week, I’ll talk about why you need to share feedback early and often.
Growing up, I was told there were two ways out of the hood—become a rapper or an athlete. This week, I’ll tell you how I made it out, and how I mentor others to do the same.
“Fail fast” is an all too-common catchphrase today, and it’s dangerous. We need to remove “failure” from our vocabulary and focus more on mistakes. This week, I’ll tell you why, using an example you might not expect.
I’ve often said that leaders only want to tell you about their successes and not the lessons they’ve taken from their mistakes. However, I haven’t shared enough of my valuable mistakes with you. This week, I’m going to change that.
Most companies discourage questions—you get fired for asking too many. We’re the opposite…
You can get fired if you don’t ask ENOUGH questions.
Why? Because we value Learning, and you can’t learn if you don’t Ask Questions.
Encouraging people to ask Questions helps us learn faster and earn Smarter Results.