Identify the Signs of Burnout

Identify the Signs of Burnout

Burnout is real and can get the best of all of us. No leader is immune to burnout in either the professional or personal life. Years of collectively battling a pandemic have only made this important issue more prevalent and harder to combat. We’ve all spent a...
Build Great Working Relationships

Build Great Working Relationships

As an adult, you spend the majority of your productive hours of the week working with and alongside other people. In order for you to be the most productive and carry a good sense of belonging, you need to have great working relationships with those that you interact...
Tips for positive self-talk

Tips for positive self-talk

We have enough challenges out and about in our daily work and personal lives to sabotage ourselves with negative self-talk. Last week we looked at negative self-talk, the 4 main types of talk, and shared some real-world examples that these may play out in.  Today...
The traps of negative self-talk

The traps of negative self-talk

I’ve coached hundreds of leaders through deep dives on their teams to understand each person’s individual development needs. One of the common themes that come up in these sessions is this idea of a leader being too hard on themselves.We found that these...
How to handle excuses

How to handle excuses

“Sorry, I got swamped with some other stuff.”  “I thought Scott was going to take care of it.” We’ve all had to deal with excuses and we’ve all given excuses to others in both our personal and professional lives. Life happens....
Four ways to find purpose in your work

Four ways to find purpose in your work

I seem to coach and help a lot of leaders looking for their next job or step in their career. One thing I always stress is for the person to find their job, not just any job. (Ep 228-231) There is an intentional reason behind the distinction between the two; your job...