One of the biggest challenges for ever-busy executives is time management. By conquering these challenges you not only overcome obstacles to success, but you also have more time to live a rich life outside of the office.
Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Timely—Making SMART goals is an essential part in making your dreams a reality.
However, it’s the action you implement after that can make or break your objective. Take a look at 10 vital steps you should take to achieve your SMART goals.
Pay, praise, and promotion may have some effect on motivation levels in the workplace.
But these three Ps pale in comparison to more personal factors such as the Top 5 of the oft-cited research by Rewick and Lawler: job challenge, accomplishing something worthwhile, learning new things, developing skills and abilities, and autonomy.
Remember the telephone game you played when you were little? Someone would whisper a sentence into the ear of the person next to them. That person would then pass the comment to the person next to them. The secret was whispered along to each person in the line until it reached the last person…who’d announce what they thought was the original sentence.
Teams don’t develop and thrive with reactive management or in a vacuum. It takes thoughtful leadership to pull members together so all oars are dipping at the same time.
Fall in love with truth. Lying is never the right thing to do. Read more on how to retain or restore your integrity at work.