It’s that time of year. Frigid temps, a stark landscape, and for many, it’s dark outside for both daily commutes. It’s the season that sends so many of us into hibernation mode.
I am a “can do” type of person, whether at home or on the job. Achiever and Responsibility are two of my top Gallup Strengths, however, these strengths in overdrive can become liabilities when I’m working with a team.
One of the benefits of following the Chicago Cubs this year has been watching the way the team has coalesced into a high functioning organization that leads from the inside out.
What are the differences between effective, engaging training programs that lead to desired behavior change and those that don’t?
It can seem overwhelming to try to keep up with the pace, complexity, and volume of things coming at us, personally and professionally.
I have been a striver all of my life. I love the emotion of anticipation and I am future oriented. This meant that, for the first few decades of my life, I was always looking to what was next.