Do you feel challenged by changes around you or do you get excited thinking about what can come with change?
Some people have difficulty dealing with change. Handling this obstacle may be easier if you have control of the change versus those instances that you cannot control. Regardless of our opinion on change, each of us will deal with many changes in our jobs, families, and relationships. How does it affect you in your life? Change is a part of our lives and with a positive mindset with change, we can better allow it to make a beneficial difference in our lives. As we dig into this week’s podcast episode, we can work to strategically work to create success in change.
Did you ever expect that you would be in a managerial role?
How much time do you spend managing as a technical manager, operations manager or a people manager?
Often we don’t grow up and say, “I want to be a manager!” I’m sure some of you have strengths that led you to become a manager while others of you were good at your job and then you were promoted based on your overall performance. Regardless of how you ended up in the managerial role, it’s important to understand how you can be the best in your role to do your job and to support your staff. In each management role, there are many tasks ranging from operational responsibilities to people development responsibilities.
This week, I encourage you to really dig deep to understand the impact you can make in your role and what you could do to gather a better grasp of how you can optimize your impact as a manager.
When are you consistent and always doing something in a productive way?
When are you overboard and “too much”?
Using our natural talents every day contributes to the world and to our work and families. What talents are we “always” using in a healthy way to contribute and what talents are “too much”? Listen now to learn how to manage your strengths and use them as a builder versus becoming a barrier to your productivity and to your life.
Listen here: http://getyourmindon.libsyn.com/31-are-you-too-much