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It is time to do away with the word “onboarding.” With the workforce seeing multiple generations, shortages of specific talent and individual preferences, we should be humanizing the process and the words we use to describe it. This is particularly important if a new employee is going to be remote or hybrid, as it might be a long time before they actually meet their supervisor in person.
We previously talked about your wants, desires, and wishes for different periods of time. Now, I want to invite you to view wants from a different angle.
A coaching client asked me recently if I would work through a Vision Board process with her. I realized that although I do this for myself at least once a year, I haven’t shared my process. Plus, this is a great way to clarify your wants as we head into the New Year!Read More
It’s that time of the year when you’re wondering what the heck happened to the year…how did it go by so quickly…. and…how am I going to complete everything that I committed to do this year?
Well, there are about 80 days left in this year. The biggest challenge is falling into the trap of trying to do everything that you didn’t accomplish all year. If you turn into a whirlwind, you might make a little progress on several things, but may end up feeling dissatisfied because you didn’t get a great result on an important initiative.
My executive clients bemoan the fact that they “can’t get anything done” during the business day, and in fact, “the real work begins after 5:30.” Their schedules are filled with meetings, calls, email and putting out fires.