I spend a lot of time connecting with my team and customers at work. In many ways, I've spent most of my career interviewing people. At first, I was literally just screening candidates for jobs, but over time I've found a much more valuable use for those interview skills. In the last 10 years I've … Continue reading 5 Thoughtful Questions….a Different Way to Provide Difficult Feedback
Tag: Self Improvement
3 Steps for Taking Back Control of Your Situation
So the whole premise of this website and blog (that I've struggled to pay attention to over the last 30 days) is to focus on being a better manager of life - something I've not done so well as of late. Let me assure you, I attempt to be a student of what I write … Continue reading 3 Steps for Taking Back Control of Your Situation
Making Sense of Where You Are
Let me be clear, I do not have my life figured out. I know I have plans and I've set things in motion to move my life in the direction which I'd like to be headed. However, I don't fully understand every thing that has happened or will happen. I've laid awake at night like … Continue reading Making Sense of Where You Are
Sharing Other People’s Ideas
I've been so busy over the last couple days I've not had time to post in my normal cadence. Between the new year, work, planning for vacation next week (yay) and prepping my syllabus for my class this semester I've been stretched a bit thin. I was discussing one of my favorite books, The 7 … Continue reading Sharing Other People’s Ideas
Your Peers Aren’t Pulling Their Weight. Now What?
At some point in your life, you've probably dealt with this issue. Whether it be in undergrad working on a project with a group of students or in a work environment where day in and day out you're carrying the load of your supposed support system. If you're looking back and thinking, "You know I've … Continue reading Your Peers Aren’t Pulling Their Weight. Now What?
Are You Adding Value?
Are you adding value?