Gratitude makes us feel good on both the sending and receiving side. However, it goes further: expressing gratitude at work can make us healthier.
This week's focus is about discovery, delegating, exercising self-care and some of the insights participants in the LFWYA Program have experienced.
We focus on the leader’s role and the rewarding times when you can step back to experience the joy that accompanies certain aspects of the role.
Difficult things come with a leader’s role. Leadership is about doing the right thing both strategically and ethically, yet this is not always easy.
I’m one of the newest members of the MOR family and I just returned from my first Strategic Offsite. I am exhausted, energized and grateful.
It’s GO time! What do you want to accomplish this semester? This academic year? What are your strategic priorities?
I am not the same person I was a few years ago. Life has shifted, including the things that were once important along with what we spend time on.
I'm heading out on a 1,000-mile pilgrimage. For 70 days, I’ll be walking the Camino de Santiago, a series of well-worn trails used for 1,000 years.
The year: 1969. The place: a Milwaukee factory with 800 people. The goal: expand capacity by 33% while maintaining production and staffing.
The time is right to lift your head to consider your strategy in the three years ahead. Reinvigorate through strategically impactful goals.