As a nonprofit leader, if you've ever felt the pressure to go it alone then I hope this week's question will help you explore a different (and less lonely) way to lead.
I love learning. Most of the time. And then there are the times when learning sucks ....
When you’re working on your management skills, and that feedback conversation didn’t go as planned
When you’re a new ED, and that whole board thing is turning out to be way harder than you imagined
When you’re trying to get better at something that’s really important to you, but you’re starting to doubt if you’ll ever be as good as you want to be
What if the key to better thinking is less about clearing your schedule to make space, and more about capitalizing on the times and places where natural, uninterrupted thought is already happening? If you feel like you’re constantly consumed by your to do list, this week’s video blog (yes, VIDEO!) is for you.
Being busy is so 2015. Today’s trend? Simplify. Declutter. Focus.
Less. Is. More.
Imagine that instead of having to do all the things to become a better leader, you could choose to do just one thing and achieve far greater results.