Driving Results is Easy, When You Know Where to Start

We have all heard the saying “The only thing constant is change,” but do we really understand that saying and implement it in our daily lives? Truthfully, we don’t, but we should. There are many reasons why people and organizations change. Most people change to adapt to their work or relational environment. To become adaptable allows you to handle different scenarios based upon the situation that is presented, being able to find solutions on the fly. If you do not become adaptable or open yourself to change then you or your organization will become irrelevant and easily replaced by a new comer. 

Accountability: 3 Strategies That Actually Help. [Step By Step Guide]

Accountability, it is such a struggle in our lives. All the time, we have to make decisions as adults because we have free will. Free will isn’t free though there are things that happen because of our choices, and we are made to pay for them each time we make a choice. Sometimes the payment is light and happy, and at other times not so much.Accountability, it is such a struggle in our lives. All the time, we have to make decisions as adults because we have free will. Free will isn’t free though there are things that happen because of our choices, and we are made to pay for them each time we make a choice. Sometimes the payment is light and happy, and at other times not so much.

How to Align ‘Strategy’ and ‘Execution’

I’ve had a bunch of different jobs, and I’ll be honest: by this point, about 13 years into working, I oftentimes have no idea what strategy even is. I know that senior leaders of companies typically have a couple of big meetings (“off-sites”) per year and they hammer out some “go-to-market” strategies and the like — although those are often created in a vacuum, away from the people who actually have to execute on the ideas — but at most jobs, daily tasks seem to matter way more than any concept of strategy, even for senior executives.