As Confucius once said “Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.”
So often this is absolutely true. Take understanding what makes people successful in their jobs, for example. We write books on it, do research, publish articles. And it’s not to say these processes aren’t valuable, indeed they provide insight, and explore different conceptualizations. They change the way we think about organizational management, and how we lead and interact with others. We do learn.
Forbes, however, reminds us that interacting effectively with colleagues is actually quite a simple process, with a predictably simple outcome, that can lead to a more successful and positive work environment.
According to Forbes, focusing our self-improvement on this very short list of areas will make each of us more effective at our jobs and more successful leaders overall. Simple. Basic. Effective.
Dealing with Change
Saying Thank You
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How often would you say you reflect on your effectiveness as a leader or salesperson or boss? When you do, do you find yourself feeling you could achieve much more if you could just reach people at a deeper level?