Many of us pride ourselves on being reliable and a source of solutions. This essay supports our focus on delivering the desired results.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had such a strong and lasting influence on our society. He molded ideas until the dream could take shape into reality.
We have worked with leaders on leading and managing virtually and hybrid. Here are tips on successfully navigating this continually evolving reality.
Given the work MOR does, my reflection often explores the connections between relationships and results. Two household names highlight this connection for me in Paul Revere and Rosa Parks.
If you are going to do something, be "all in" ... do fewer things "Great" rather than a lot of things "OK" ... take care of yourself and each other
In my leadership journey, I have come to rely on these habits to help me plan and prepare for my professional and personal journey in life.
The smile of a centenarian connecting to family defines value better than a balance sheet. Mindset, skillset and toolset catalyzed this effort.
We have all heard the admonition to “be still” at various times in our lives. Usually, at least for me, it was when I was much, much younger and my mother or father or grandparents thought I was squirming too much in my chair at dinner or running around in the house, knocking into adults, or playing too rambunctiously with other kids. It was a physical thing.
“Humble listening" is among the top four characteristics of leader.1 — Jeff Immelt, Former Chairman and CEO, GE.
“If there is any one secret of success, it lies in the ability to get the other person’s point of view and see things from that person’s angle as well as from your own.”2,3 — Henry Ford.
Where are you on the burnout scale — exhaustion, cynicism and inefficacy — to fully engaged — energy, dedication, and absorbed?1
In a 2018 paper, Seppälä and Moeller2 introduce a young woman who is in a new workplace. She really liked her new job and was highly motivated to perform well. She undertook, and was highly successful at, organizing a large conference, accomplishing what was seen as a remarkable feat.