Here are the simple routines 20 executives say helped them get where they are today. Written by Christina DesMarais, for Inc. At Thought Patrol we often look at the big picture; leadership, culture and strategy. Today we take a look at the little things that can make a big difference. We like Christina’s collection of insights, tricks and habits; we may even try to put a few into practice ourselves….enjoy, oh and why not pick a couple for yourself? It all helps.
Here Fran takes a look at how to remain Agile and take change management principals and ensue they operate focused on the customer experience. We at Thought Patrol are wedded to Agile being the solution to creating and maintaining adaptability. In a dynamic environment it’s only the fast focused and flexible that get to thrive, or maybe even just survive.
We at Thought Patrol are big fans of Jim Rohn; his wisdom has literally transcended generations. Here Jim talks us through changing seasons and the need to adapt to our environment. Life can be tough but how do we respond?
Thought Patrol Comment: As leaders we all face the problem of dealing with negative team members. Here’s some practical ways you can address this in a way that aligns with a good culture and positive engagement principles.
Jeff Gothelf is an organizational designer and executive coach. He co-founded Neo Innovation in New York City and helped build it into one of the most recognized brands in modern product strategy, development and design. He is the co-author of Sense and Respond (HBR Press) and Lean UX (O’Reilly). He’s well equipped to comment on why HR needs to be Agile. We ate Thought Patrol are big on building Agile into all aspects of a company. Jeff writing for HBR here, shows how important Agile in HR is in execution of both Strategic an Operational imperatives.
Time management is a big part of success according to Inc’s VIP contributor, entrepreneur and connector, John Rampton.
Have you ever wondered how certain people could run a business, spend time with their family, hit the conference circuit and write a book? It’s not because they have superpowers. These people have learned the time management hacks that successful people practice daily.
Find me a company where people love their work, and I’ll show you those same people willingly and enthusiastically following their leaders to achieve excellence. There is an intrinsic causal relationship between great leadership, engagement and productivity. If you have low productivity, look to your leaders! We really like the way Marcel Shwantes, @MarcelShwantes thinks and writes. This article from Inc is no exception.
Here is an important article by Matthew Jones a Contributor at Inc.com. At the start of the year we often make plans, resolutions and create our own set of expectations. Perhaps you have a theme for the year of goals you want to achieve. However as we set ourselves sup for success in 2019 we need to reflect on what is truly important if w are to head in the right direction.
These are turbulent times. The news cycle is too fast. Climate change is wreaking havoc with fires, floods, and droughts. Rising inequality and political unrest have brought polarization and violence. Technology is disruptive and markets are volatile. How do you lead through such acceleration and uncertainty?
A new book offers a recipe for how to reset your business to last a hundred years. Maureen Kline, writing here for Inc, takes a look at a new book that wrestles with the need for adaptation and sustainable thinking.