The opportunity however is to look at 2020 a little differently; the 2020 accelerator. Is it possible that it has seemed challenging because the gap between what we have known as “normal” and the changes of the next era is widening?
The events of 2020 have caused lots of uncertainty and questions as people try to discern the best course of action. As we try to figure it out and attempt to put it into the framework we are used to we feel frustrated and overwhelmed. The article below (I wrote for Forbes’s) is a way to help rise above and reduce the struggle. Find the infinite goal and play the infinite game.
What are good areas for leaders to focus on in the midst of ongoing challenging times? I am grateful to be able to contribute this article to Forbes and share five areas to support leaders as they navigate forward.
Everyone has times they are overcome by their “impostor”. You know, when you suddenly feel overwhelmed, incompetent, worried, unskilled, over your head, stressed, and underwater with everything? It can be challenging to get back to a place of “confidence” when the “impostor” won’t stop chattering in your ear with criticism, inadequacies, failures, and challenges. In times like this, we actually move to a different part of our brain to filter and process what we see in the world.
Why You May Be Terrible At Giving Feedback Kristi Hedges is a leadership coach, speaker and author of The Power of Presence: Unlock Your Potential to Influence and Engage Others. She blogs at kristihedges.com. In her article, Why You May Be Terrible At Giving Feedback, she shares “Last year, I wrote about the mistakes