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You work in an environment where achieving results is key. There’s a never-ending list of KPIs and constant pressure to hit your short‑term targets.
Deep down, you know you don’t want to do that at the expense of your team.
But it feels like that’s what everyone expects you to do when things get hard. You don’t know how to advance your career and still take care of your employees.
It doesn’t get in the way of delivering results.
If you think prioritising your people is what’s going to fuel your long‑term success, you are not crazy.
And you’re not alone.
Hi, I’m Sean Smith.
I teach young leaders like you how to reach director level positions by putting your people first.
You want to create an environment where employees go home happy at the end of the day.
I’m here to help you do that through actionable tools, advice, and inspiration.
This year has challenged most of us like no other year has ever before, and exactly for this reason have we been presented with a unique opportunity to accelerate our personal growth as leaders.
Following an online webinar with Interactive Workshops, I have reflected on the four key areas I have grown in as a leader and have summarised them below.
What do I mean when I talk about self-care and how do I set boundaries to achieve these personal goals, especially when working from home during the age of covid-19? Join Brendan and I over at The Culture of Things podcast to learn more!
We so often think that working harder and longer and staying connected 24/7, will allow us to get more done, be more successful and maybe get that next promotion.
This mindset is simply wrong! We need to prioritize taking care of ourselves, so we can be at our best for our teams.
Too often I see new leaders come in guns blazing wanting to change everything within the first 100 days with an amazing strategic action plan. More often than not, they end up frustrated after a couple of months, because people are resisting the change and don‘t want to follow.
Why do you think that is?