“The agility of a leader is vital in this complex terrain, ensuring we navigate wisely to propel our team towards potential, rather than steering them towards an embankment.”—Joe Clementi #coachjoe 🆑In leadership, the line between triumph and mediocrity is razor-thin. 👋🏻Here’s a quick guide: the recipe for unlocking your team’s true potential and the surefireContinue reading “In leadership, every act of engagement or empowerment becomes a defining moment – a choice between elevating our team towards its full potential or inadvertently leading towards regression.#coachjoe 👇🏻💯”
Life doesn’t change simply because the calendar flipped to a new month. The practice of mental agility is like building a muscle. It takes time, repetition, and the willingness to be in discomfort to achieve growth. 5 tips for practicing mental agility: To build mental agility, purposefully step outside your comfort zone. It will alignContinue reading “Leaders embrace the power of emotional agility.#coachjoe 👇🏻”
🔺This task requires high-candor feedback. 🔺 Uncomfortable truth telling. 🔺 Challenging beliefs that confront the gap between where the group is, and where they ought to be. 👊🏻 Personal, and up-close connection to people. 📊 Performance feedback (relentless coaching and critiscm that translates as to our high standards). 🗾 Big-picture perspective. Providing scope, scalability, andContinue reading ““High-performance cultures are energized and engaged, but at thier core members are oriented less on achieving happiness than around solving hard problems together.” – Daniel Coyle #coachjoe”
Developing high-performance teams requires thorough root-cause analysis. So the team can define actions that get us back on track. Define the problem: 🔺 Are we working in ways that is positive and constructive? 🔺 Are we getting producing the actions necessary that create results? 🔺 What’s the real issue? 🔺 Who is it impacting? 🔺Continue reading “High-performance teams focus on long-term sustainable solutions. #coachjoe”
A prestigious award, a big raise, an exciting new relationship, a fancy new car, losing weight, these things can make us feel great at first, but the thrill doesn’t last very long. Human beings are quick to adapt to new circumstances—a quality that has helped us survive and thrive. But it also means that theContinue reading “Stop chasing happiness. Many people connect happiness to the achievement of certain goals or aspirations…#coachjoe”
Mindsets matter. Establishing leadership is different from exercising leadership. #coachjoe Great strategy is a great start, but making anything happen in the end comes down to individuals–the individuals who choose to take on the challenge and the opportunity of leadership, and the individuals who choose-or don’t choose-to follow.