As we begin the uncertainty of the fall semester, what can you do to give your team even a little more predictability and control? What can you do to more fully show care for your team members who care so deeply for your institution? In the words of Arthur Ashe, start where you are, use what you have, do what you can.
Six months in, and this is not a sprint, it is an Ultra 100 mile race. Cornerstones to build upon: Commitment, Courage, Confidence and Compassion
Our world would be a better place if we were all alert to bullying words and actions, and took the time to gently address.
[Today’s Tuesday Reading is from Chris Paquette, Director of Survey Services at MOR Associates. Chris may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.]
Tuesday Readings for the past four weeks have focused on how we can best work during the pandemic which now envelops all of us. Brian McDonald began this series by urging us to “get on the balcony to think strategically and play out the different scenarios.” He also noted that “communicating is a key responsibility” and urged leaders “to be self-observing about how you lead.”
In a 2015 Interact/Harris Poll of some 1000 U.S. workers, 91% of the respondents said communication issues prevent leaders from being as effective as they might be. The most frequent issues noted in the survey were: