How do we do our work after sufficient people have either had the virus or been immunized to it?
Jim Bruce's blog
Three things while continuing through this pandemic: Taking care of yourself, taking care of your team, and the new normal that is already appearing.
Always be prepared, carefully plan, express gratitude, be realistic, discover triggers, and ask for help are ways to become a more patient leader.
Based on learning from the past four months, today we explore actions to be most effective in what we each do.
A fear of failure is essentially a fear of shame. What do we do? Here is a list I have found helpful.
Warren, Revere, Adams, and Church, had relationships with all the key players. They served as valuable “bridges” between five key groups.
The world must expect this class of graduates, and by inference all of us, to step up to the challenges and address the real issues of our time.
Our world would be a better place if we were all alert to bullying words and actions, and took the time to gently address.
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.”
[Jim Bruce is a Senior Fellow and Executive Coach at MOR Associates. He previously was Professor of Electrical Engineering, and Vice President for Information Systems and CIO at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA. He may be reached at email@example.com.]