Real learning- the kind that sticks with you- doesn’t happen in just one moment because of a single interaction or speech. Instead, we learn when the guidance is frequent, connected to a recent behavior or experience, and when there is an opportunity for honest dialogue.
Ideas, inspiration, and creative tools to help you elevate your talent, lift your team, and float above the fray.
Here’s the thing, when it comes to thanking your team (which we should ideally be doing all year long), there are only two rules you need to follow!
It is time to start to get “back on track” and focus on priorities that you may have deferred due to the pandemic or that have arisen over the course of the last two years.
What can we, in the non-profit sector, learn from the retirement of a beloved, long tenured basketball coach? The analogy may be a stretch, but I would argue that those of us committed to non-profits and those of us who love basketball share at least one thing – passion!
No self-help “what to expect” guidebooks can sufficiently prepare you for the transformational moment when you hold your baby for the first time and fall completely and unconditionally in love.