I live near Glacier National Park in Montana, and last weekend when I was there with my husband, I was fortunate to see a range of wildlife including bear, moose, mountain goats, big horned sheep, and marmots, plus amazing wildflowers. That day without wireless or cell service offered a quiet and reflective pause to the busyness that surrounds most of us, most of the time.
So, in the interest of offering a little of that calming feeling to you, I put together three helpful workplace articles for those who lead, from hundreds that crossed my desk the past few weeks, along with my latest psychologytoday.com article, in the hopes that you might find a less, not more, approach helpful in your very busy day:
- 4 Things You Thought Were True About Managing Millennials, by Amy Gallo, from HBR.com
- Study Show Narcissists Do Best in Job Interviews, by Victor Lipman, forbes.com
- Four Tips for Getting the Most from Your Introverted Team Members, by Diann Daniel, intuit.com
- The Common Sense Way to Build Trust and Engagement, my latest PsychologyToday.com article
If you run across helpful leadership articles, we’d love to see them, too!