Grant Halvorson, associate director of the Motivation Science Center at the Columbia University Business School, notes that everyone who is a professional in today’s workplace experiences bouts of extreme stress. So, it’s not whether you are going to experience stress but what you are going to do about it. His Harvard Business
Vicky Mikula, Assistant Director of Applications, Cornell Information Technology and ITLP 2012 alum makes two important points: We must learn to be open to learning from all sources. And, as leaders we must open up paths for our staff to achieve results.
Learning from My Daughter
by Vicky Mikula, Assistant Director of Applications, Cornell Information Technology
Today's reading – “How to Become an Effective Delegator” – takes us again to the subject of delegation. Delegation is the fastest way for each of us to create space in our minds and on our calendar for more strategic work. And, this, I dare say, is something that we all could benefit from.
Early in every Leadership Program group, we spend some time talking about delegation. Today’s Tuesday Reading, “How Well Do You Delegate?” from the Mind Tools website, brings us all back to this topic.
In the February 23rd and the March 16th issues of the Point Lookout
email newsletter, Rich Brenner and the staff at Chaco Canyon Consulting
<http://www.ChacoCanyon.com> present two helpful pieces on "Recovering
Time." Given that all of us scramble to find more time for our work,
I thought that I would share their ideas with you.