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Teams win by using individual personal mastery within the context of shared vision. Either you are on the team or not.
The Mindful Manager Update 28: Systems Thinking Systems Thinking 1 – Mindful Managers see the SYSTEM The SYSTEM is INNER and OUTER. The SYSTEM is GROWTH and SUCCESS. The Mindful Manager offers simple tools and strategies for today’s manager. See Kindle Book, The Mindful Manager See my other works: Life Zones, Psychological Fitness, and […]
The Internet and social media connects employees outside of the company. Command and control management is OVER. This is a GOOD thing.
The Mindful Manager Update 6: Everyone is a Manager Every ONE manages. Mindful Managers focus on HOW they manage THE GAME. Mindful Managers manage the INNER and OUTER. It is NOT easy to do BOTH. The Mindful Manager offers simple tools and strategies for today’s manager. See Kindle Book, The Mindful Manager See my […]
Many leaders and managers are busy fixing the problem right in front of them while missing the BIG PICTURE that is causing the problems they are busy fixing.
Learn systems thinking or have your thinking done for you.
To succeed focus on what limits your success.
Your Point of View either works for or against your success. Your POV is driven by your vision, beliefs, and willingness to change.
Mindful Managers coach. You can’t tell people what to do. It takes way too much energy and control. Coaching engages players in striving for their best within the team. Control leads to energy waste.
Everyone experience stress. Learning mindful breathing controls stress.