Leaders must constantly be on the lookout for impending doom. Only then can they swerve to avoid it. Fortunately, many catastrophes are preventable.
If you ask the average supervisor, they are likely to say their team cannot function without constant supervision. If you ask a leader, they will say that
Since we were kids, our parents taught us that looks don’t matter, “it’s what is on the inside that counts.” While a nice sentiment, research is showing
There comes a time in every leader’s life when they say something that they immediately regret. We need to know how to handle these situations.
How does a show remain relevant for almost 40 with a revolving cast of characters, an undesirable timeslot, and no overarching plot? Saturday Night Live
I am always struck by Leslie Knope’s work ethic. It’s not a motivation to get promoted or earn more money, it’s her determination to make a difference.