Fall is traditionally the ‘back-to-school’ season with new clothes, fresh folders, and a clean start to the academic year. You may not still be in school but you might be thinking about changes you hope, want, and might need to make professionally.
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Small talk, cocktail chatter, kibitzing – it’s the communication basic for professional networking. A lot of people confess that they are not very good at it.
We’ve all seen people make hard choices. They make their choices and then live with them. Yet, there is always some bit of residual guilt, as if their choice wasn’t really what they should do.
Traumatic events can happen to anyone regardless of age, wealth, race, or gender. You might think that you can imagine how you might respond when it happens to you but imagination and reality are not the same. When it does happens to you, the pain is transformative. There is you BEFORE and then there is you AFTER – and those YOUs are different.
Like most people in business, I work hard to attract and get clients, help them in accomplishing their goals and objectives, and I want (for the most part) to retain their business. I want them to become repeat clients as well as ambassadors on my behalf.
What could make a big change here in Baltimore? Not just now, but an on-going difference? Not just in Baltimore, but in any city?
Do you think that you will end up acting like a jerk if you are confident? If you have the skills to do something, why wouldn’t you have the belief in yourself to perform successfully?
Mentoring is not a new thing. It’s been around as long as there have has been workplaces. Do you mentor? Do you have a mentor? Do you have multiple mentors? Are you getting what you need, had hoped, want – from the relationship?
An essential skill to managing well is delegation. The problem is that many managers think they can do a better job if they just do the task themselves.