Tag Archives: Way of being
Posted on02. Aug, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
I see and experience repeatedly the lack of time senior executives have. It’s a meeting marathon the moment they arrive at the office. And when the organization is going through change the executive is pulled in even more different directions. Given change’s intangibility, it’s easy to put off dealing with plans to bring about change. [...]
Posted on23. May, 2010 by Becky Shook.
This is the final installment on this topic from Becky Shook The Toxic Work Environment,The Employee Perspective Employees are hunkering down, lashing out, or simply moving like zombies through the day trying to survive in the poisonous air that surrounds them. They’ve lost hope that anything will change. And I don’t mean the change that [...]
Posted on18. May, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
How do you remind yourself of what’s really important? Really. This isn’t a rhetorical question. Each day you encounter many distractions to throw your gaze off of what’s important. And I’m not talking about important things like meeting a deadline, crossing items of your to-do list, or making your sales numbers. I’m talking about [...]
Posted on26. Apr, 2010 by Shawn Murphy.
Murder & The Bystander Effect Would you help someone who was stabbed and lying on the ground? According to research, it’s likely you would if you were the only person who could see the person on the ground. You’d be less likely if others could see the person. The inaction to help is called the [...]
Posted on20. Apr, 2010 by Becky Shook.
Post by Becky Shook While your actions are always judged by other people, it’s not necessarily “what” you do as a leader that makes a difference, it’s “who” you are being that makes a difference. What do I mean by being? Being is about “how” you do things, not the “what.” As a leader, I [...]