Treat People Like People I once heard someone share that the higher you go up in leadership, the harder it is to remember your why. Sinek in his book, shares … Continue Reading Leaders eat last
Nowadays, it seemed that authenticity has become the gold standard for leadership. However, a simplistic understanding of the meaning of authenticity can both hinder your growth and limit your impact. … Continue Reading Authenticity, the gold standard of leadership?
A budget is a document that translates a group’s or organization’s strategic and operational plans into the expected resources required and returns anticipated over a certain period. There are many types of … Continue Reading What is a budget for business?
Salah (prayer) are supposed to be the Muslim way to relax and chill after a tiring day, and the best part is, the compulsory prayer is 5 times a day. … Continue Reading 3 common flaws we make during Salah
What is trust? Trust is defined as the belief that a person intends to do the right thing (character) and knows what to do and how to get it done … Continue Reading What is trust?
When’s the last time strong emotion led you to behavior you later regretted? For me the answer would be this afternoon, yes, the afternoon of 24th July 2018 . I … Continue Reading I can be DUMB at times
This is one of the best Ted Talk I found which discuss on the importance of training employees on how to have and deal with difficult interactions. The Speech … Continue Reading How to train employees to have difficult conversation
The old saying is true: It’s not technology or financial assets that make your business great, it’s your people. You’ll have a critical advantage over your competition if you know … Continue Reading What make your business great?
People see you as having expertise when you are clearly knowledgeable about your ideas, make reasonable judgment calls, and accumulate a history of successes. However, establishing your expertise isn’t something … Continue Reading How to establish your expertise
First, we need to recognize and acknowledge that a development plan is an important tool for achieving professional growth. Everyone can benefit from identifying ways to improve their job performance and to … Continue Reading How to create a development plan for your subordinate
Remember that the goal of constructive feedback is to reinforce strengths and to help others to improve their performance. Others are more open to hearing and incorporating feedback that is … Continue Reading Tips on offering constructive feedback
Following up effectively after a meeting can ensure that the decisions made and ideas generated during the meeting get put into action. To follow up, identify next steps, communicate them … Continue Reading Following up post-meeting
Use these steps to end the meeting in a way that provides a sense of closure: Summarize. Briefly summarize what’s been accomplished. Clarify the action party. Clarify what comes next including action … Continue Reading The proper way to end a meeting
When You’ve Got an Idea When you think you might have a good idea but aren’t overly confident about it, start with a caveat, such as: Have we thought about…getting … Continue Reading How to participate in a meeting
Remember your responsibilities as leader of the meeting. As you conduct a meeting: Monitor your own level of participation to make sure you’re not dominating the discussion. Control interrupters and … Continue Reading Tips for leading a meeting
These basic ground rules can help you run a productive meeting: Commit to ending the meeting on time. Agree about how decisions will be made and identify the final decision … Continue Reading Basic ground rules for productive meeting