Posts Tagged ‘moving outside your comfort zone’
Do something you haven’t done before!
Have you ever been surprised by something that an employee (or manager) has done in your workplace — and then been thankful for the outcome because it was something you would never have thought of yourself? This past weekend, Grace was nearby as I spread new mulch in our flower gardens. Because she’s an anxious…Read More
If you’re waiting for perfection, you’ll fail
There is never a lack of things to do for busy managers and employees. We will always face a constant push to stay ahead, to do more, to do better, to improve our outcomes despite the heavy work load we already face. It can be paralyzing and it often is. Very frequently, I hear people…Read More
Leading the way into new territory takes work
Managers need to step out of comfort zone to lead well My legs were heavy. My heart beat fast. Each step of pulling my snowshoes up and into the heavy, deep snow was effort. All I could see ahead was a long open space of an unbroken path. In my narrow focus, I was missing…Read More