Have you ever worked in an environment in which people complain a lot, where rivalry and cynicism are common practice, or where collaboration, gratitude and appreciation are underused? In this blog post I want to share why an environment like that undermines performance, productivity and long-term satisfaction in workplaces. But rather than preaching about things we shouldn’t do …Read More about Why Negativity Is Detrimental In Workplaces – And What You Can Do To Turn It Around
Let’s be honest. For most of us, a day at the office is certainly no night at the opera. But we all know that our working environment is ripe with a culture all its own. Sometimes it’s a little too ripe – the culture and prevailing mindset have been in place so long that they …Read More about Juicy and Delicious – No, Not Fruit – Your Corporate Culture
“We are the engineers of our future, and as such, we need to make SMART decisions, and set the SMART goals that will yield us the successful future we desire.”
Entrepreneurship can provide levels of freedom, opportunity and financial reward that companies typically don’t offer. Starting your own business also takes high levels of energy, accountability, responsibility, drive, commitment, determination, patience, courage and resilience. The good news is that more of us than ever before are choosing to start our own businesses, and there’s lots …Read More about Should I Work for Myself?
Don’t be a Zombie! Use these 4 tips to live and dream big!
Transition vs Change? What are the differences and how does an effective organization manage them? Webster’s Dictionary defines the noun “change” as the act, process or result of making something, or someone, different. To most people in the business world, change is associated with a loss of the status quo and an introduction of the …Read More about Coaching Leaders Through Transition and Change Management
Imagine you’re the director of a film. It’s expected to be a Hollywood blockbuster and make millions at the box office. Who will you cast in the lead role? Will you choose just any actor who has taken an acting class and maybe performed in one community theatre production? Or will you cast someone who …Read More about First Who, Then What
Most likely when you started your business you created a solid business plan. Your business plan probably included the following:
A written description of the future of your business -what you plan to do and how you plan to do it. You may have described your business structure, your product, and services.
In addition, you created a marketing plan, financing needs, strategies and action plans to create success in your business.
Did your business plan include a boundary plan?
Probably not! My business plan certainly didn’t.
The #1 challenge I see my clients struggle with is creating healthy boundaries in their business and life.