No company, whether in the public or private sector, can afford to neglect social media. There are almost three billion of us registered across social media platforms, according to data giants Statista, which means a lot of potential targets.
Perhaps this is the essence of Pooh’s wisdom. For like Christopher Robin, we too can arrive at any of these desired future states if we employ the courage to walk away from where we’ve been and by continuing to trust the values and knowledge, we all possess in such unique ways as the primary instruments we can masterfully utilize to accomplish our goals.
As a leader, your credibility is maintained, day by day, when you do what you say you will do. For example, if you announce that, from this point forward, every team member will be expected to demonstrate our team’s valued behaviors, you have set a standard. Educating team members about desired valued behaviors is important, but, without accountability, those valued behaviors are just one more set of expectations that your employees can ignore.
With LinkedIn poised to launch its new automated Applicant Tracking System (ATS) in 2019, it’s likely many small and mid-sized companies will join larger employers in using an algorithm to sift through the first round of applicant resumes. That makes the new year the perfect time to refresh your resume with an up-to-date design and strategic focus.
I thought I was being positive by repeating “It will be fine” but my brain heard “Worry” over and over again, so it gave me worry. Words matter. As an insightful leader, the words you repeat to yourself have more impact than those you say to others. Your self-talk affects your outlook, how you show up to others, and your demeanor.