Employees are often asked to address burnout with mindfulness training, etc. However, the top causes of burnout are things only managers and leaders can address. The good news is that there are ways to correct employee burnout and drive wellbeing.
After I started to apply the growth mindset for myself, I realized that without this one thing, growth mindset did not work. For the growth mindset to drive success, I can’t only focus on my growth.
Over the last 5 days, from my window, I saw one woman making a difference, demonstrating powerful leadership, and recruiting others. She did all of this with a green apron and a pile of trash.
On this night where Portugal faced Lithuania in a Euro 2020 qualifying match, at 34 years old, Cristiano delivered one of the best performances of his national team career, scoring 4 goals. What makes his 4 goals even more important is the impact they will have for decades to come.
Complicated problems often have multiple variables that behave in many different ways and at times, unpredictably. When we look for a silver bullet, we run the risk of investing significant sums of money in an unrealistic solution that will never deliver the expected returns. In this post I discuss a case in education where over $1 billion was spent on an silver bullet that did not work.
While the allure of a silver bullet is difficult to resist, silver bullets stand to do more damage than we think. In this post, I discuss the problem with the silver bullet and other associated problems that are caused by the mere talk of the silver bullet.
What if school opened at 5am and closed at midnight? What if student participated in activities other than class? What if local entrepreneurs also used the space at night as a collaborative working space? What if they became mentors to high school students? What if they became collaborators? What if they became partners? What if working together they started new businesses? And what if along the way, all of this inspired and motivated students to master all of the state-mandated content because in comparison it just seemed so easy? In this post, I discuss all of this and pose other questions.
In this blog post, I explore how goals might actually distract you from success and where you should place your focus instead. I apply this to relationships, careers, education, and sports.
Building a high performance team starts with building the foundation for a high performance organization. This blog post discusses the three steps necessary to building this critical foundation so that you can unleash the potential of your team.