Embracing regrets is vital to growth. Writing a failure resume allows you to learn from your mistakes and shows you have challenged yourself.
As a leader, it’s your job to steer the ship and keep it on course. That means helping your team to be productive and reach their full potential. However, sometimes we have blinders that can prevent us from seeing what may be in our team’s way. It’s essential to take a step back and identify focus areas that you can work on to help your team thrive. Don’t overlook what may be making things go off the rails. Here are four things that may be holding your team back.
Giving back is a core value for me, my family, and RaderCo. One of the things I look for when engaging with a company is if they support a non-profit or mission unless they are the mission, such as my clients’ Blood Centers of America and the Oklahoma Blood Institute.
Are you a meeting professional, event organizer, or team leader looking for a speaker or trainer who can wow your audience, give results, and, frankly, remove the stress of hiring? Here are ten top speakers to allay your fears!
Our focus is waning due to rings, pings, buzzes, and haptics, the feeling that we need always be available, and the lack of our time and technology guardrails.
Wellbeing is at an all-time low among both C-Suite and non-C-suite employees.
A study from Deloitte shows that the C-Suite significantly underestimates how much employees struggle. More than 8 out of 10 believe their people are thriving when studies show the opposite.
I often get asked what my morning routine is. I definitely have one, but it changes depending on the season.
Are you guilty of phubbing your spouse, partner, kids, and co-workers? Do you struggle to do anything phone-free? What about implementing Phone-Free Friday?
Company leadership may not like knowing you have an assistant, but that would be closed-minded. I’m not advocating for you to have an assistant that reads your email or has access to confidential documents.
My review of the Rocketbook Panda Planner. I have several pros and cons, but listen, and what may not...
Do you think you have to be fancy-pants (no pun intended) to use the services of a personal stylist? Are you someone ‘stuck in their look’ and don’t know how to change it up? I’m opening the closet door to using a personal stylist in this post.
How does an email coach manage her inbox? Extensions, Tools, and the proper habits and behaviors.