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Would You Want to Work for “You”?

Would You Want to Work for 'You'?

If you had the opportunity to work for yourself, would you? This question has been popping up in conversations with several clients lately. It’s come up during a board strategy session. It’s been discussed during coaching calls. And, it’s come up while discussing the challenges of working in a multi-generational workplace. The reason I ask the question is simple: Focus on yourself before you criticize your team.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on May 23, 2017 in Leadership Development and tagged , , , ,

 

Remote Work Environments Aren’t Fair

Remote Work Environments Aren’t Fair

Shifting to a remote work environment permanently for the foreseeable future has become a reality for many organizations. The rapid shift to remote work occurred because of the pandemic. It was a necessary response to a crisis situation that occurred quickly and without much warning. Because of that, we and our team members quickly found ways to do our jobs from our dining room tables with kids, dogs, and doorbells in the mix. It’s what we needed to do in the face of a crisis. We accepted the challenges, frustrations, and extra work as ‘just what we needed to do’ to do our jobs.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on July 28, 2020 in Leadership Development and tagged , ,

 

Your Workforce’s Composition is About to Change

Your Workforce’s Composition is About to Change

If you haven’t already had enough surprises and challenges this year, get ready for another leadership challenge: Your workforce’s composition will change more than you expect in the next 18-24 months.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on June 16, 2020 in Succession Planning and tagged , ,

 

Marry Your Values to Your New Work Culture

Marry Your Values to Your New Work Culture

As you continue to refine your organization’s current work culture, whether remote or in-person, don’t forget your organization’s values. Your organization’s values are your organization’s ‘House Rules.’ They define the behaviors that are expected, day in and day out, of everyone who takes a paycheck from your organization or who represents it. If someone doesn’t want to abide by your organization’s values, fine. They are simply choosing to work someplace else.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on May 26, 2020 in Leadership Development, Strategic Planning and tagged , , ,

 

6 COVID-19 Induced Reasons Why You Should Scrap Your Current Strategic Plan

6 COVID-19 Induced Reasons Why You Should Scrap Your Current Strategic Plan

When things start to settle a bit in your world as you adjust to the new reality caused by the global COVID-19 Pandemic, be prepared to dramatically revise your strategic plan. It’s no longer strategically viable. Whether your operations experience a positive or negative impact for two weeks or two years, the future work world you were envisioning when your plan was created no longer exists.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on April 21, 2020 in Strategic Planning and tagged , ,