Extract the immeasurable power of inclusion as a game-changer in business, teams, and organizational cultures through these 3, key behaviors.
There’s a truth in vulnerability that doesn’t exist in the realm of invincibility. Lower the shield and watch doors open in ways you never imagined before.
As you think about accomplishing Four-Way Wins across the dimensions of Work, Home, Community, and your Inner Self, what are you doing to integrate these parts of your life?
Why you lead determines how you lead. Are you a leader by choice or by accident?
I have been a student of music all my life. But it’s much later in life that I realized the impact of these 4, incredible lessons.
Leaders can let you fail and yet not let you be a failure.
Of the 32, exchange students from all over the world, I was 1 of only 4 people that hadn’t made it to the top. Upon reaching base, I was determined to change the situation. I wasn’t about to return home, empty-handed. Sure I was embarrassed but I simply had to choose what I now know as success beyond success. I had to stay true to how I played the game. So what if I couldn’t climb the rock? I could walk around it. Right? And that’s exactly what I did. All 9.4 kilometers of it. In sweltering heat. And in steadfast, resolute faith.
I was a teenager. I’d never traveled outside my country before. And certainly never been on a plane. And I’d just been chosen to travel as a Rotary Youth Exchange Student. To Australia. To the land of Sir Donald Bradman, Allan, Border, and the legendary Richie Benaud.
For most of us, the work we do, doesn’t always involve life and death scenarios. It does, however, deeply involve the momentum, sustenance, and growth of businesses and teams. And we’re all equally responsible to lead, trust, communicate, and make decisions during flight. We Are the Crew.
This blog discusses the Power of Teams and what it takes to sustain and unleash that power.