I talk a lot about mission. You must have a mission. Make sure your team is fired up about your mission. But missions can be huge! How do you know that you are moving towards your mission? What progress should you make each week; each month; each year?
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Every once in a while I run across a great read that so succinctly says what I’ve been telling my clients for years. “The Oz Principle” by Roger Connors, Tom Smith and Craig Hickman is one of them. It fires me up!
Accountability, by their definition, is not derived through punishment and consequences but rather through ownership and empowerment. Their specific definition is:
A norm is an often unstated rule that governs how people act in a group. New members of a team usually learn the norms through observation or trial and error. These norms can work for your business or against it.
Left to their own devices, teams can become toxic, aka drama-filled! An employee arrives in a bad mood. The group norm is to complain and whine about everything. Perfect! He or she fits right in! Even a new employee who starts off with high energy can get sucked in and turn sour.
I just updated my vision board and want to share some lessons learned as this new one is much better than my last! Some simple tweaks that made all the difference!
Behavioral Based Interviewing is a great technique to help you avoid the candidates that won’t add up and identify those rock stars. Watch to get a super quick synopsis of this very useful interviewing technique:
If one area of your life takes over all others you will not live the life of joy that you were meant to live. I believe that success requires us to put time and energy into all of the important areas of our lives.
The key to feeling successful is to have the right mindset. Celebrate your achievements and continue to drive forward towards your ultimate goals. You must find a blend between the two.