As a leader, it is your role to give direction and provide structure to make sure your team’s vision becomes reality. To do this, you have to delegate and direct the work that is accomplished on the team. How do you deliver requests without making demands? How do you give direction without seeming or feeling dictator-like?
I have two Awake Leadership events coming up in August! If you’re in the Bay Area, be sure to check them out. Here’s a preview of the events and information for how to sign up! I have been curating the material for these two very different experiences and I’m excited to share. I hope to… Continue reading Upcoming Awake Leadership Events – August 2017
Recently, I received questions from Awake Leadership readers about the relationship between the team mission and the team vision: Could you please elaborate on the key differences between the team mission and team vision? Why do we need to construct and consider both with our team? The first section of Awake Leadership is called Vision… Continue reading Your Questions Answered: Mission Statements & Vision Planning
As a leader, it is challenging to carve out time to get any solo work done or even gather your thoughts. We spend a lot of time in meetings and planning how we’re going to spend our work time to accomplish objectives. There are larger group meetings, one-on-one’s with team members, conference calls, personal e-mail… Continue reading Tools for Awakening: How do you use your solo time?