This week we share four MOR program participants reflections. May these be an inspiration and reminder of how you can lead from where you are.
Good intentions are no better than wishful thinking without specific actions that can turn them into a repeated practice. Practices are the bridge between our aspirations and our attaining these desired changes in our behavior.
Some messages early life held me back from reaching my potential. They were because my actions were taking people out of their comfort zones.
Most feedback can be broadly categorized into three categories. Affirmative feedback, constructive feedback, and critical feedback.
When at home, I felt like I was failing work. When at work, I felt I was letting my kids down. Donna set my mind at ease by simply listening.
Many of us pride ourselves on being reliable and a source of solutions. This essay supports our focus on delivering the desired results.
A leader is always on stage. That includes being present with others. Here are five ideas to help increase your ability to be present.
I worked for a leader who always seemed to have the right advice at the right time. Once he shared the best advice he’d ever received...
[Today’s Tuesday Reading is from Lori Green, Program Leader and Leadership Coach at MOR Associates. Lori may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.]
Today employees can leave and be reemployed in a heartbeat. There has been a major shift in the employer/employee power structure in the last year.