When you open your office door, you may encounter:
What if you encountered a gunman who announced “today we are all going to die”?
Download my free article entitled “Peace Gives Power: What leaders can learn from an ordinary person who inspired calm in the face of extreme conflict”
In this article, using Antoinette Tuff’s peace as an example, you will learn three deliberate choices leaders such as Miss Tuff can make during a time of conflict that are foundational to a collaborative and harmonious work culture.
As a leader, it is your responsibility to be the one who models working out disagreements for the greater good. If you are at peace, you are powerful. Not only powerful, you are unstoppable when it comes to inspiring your team to bring out their best.
Along with the free article you will also get a complimentary subscription to “Making Conscious Choices,” my bi-weekly e-Zine (email newsletter). The quick-tip articles will take about five minutes to read and offer ideas on conflict management and maintaining a mindset of “it’s not WHAT happens, it’s HOW you respond”.
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To your success in Making Conscious Choices to create a collaborative work culture!
Bonnie Artman Fox
Want to have more focus and productivity in your work?
As a busy professional, you have multiple demands racing toward you while striving to maintain a calm, confident presence that builds trust with your clients and employees.
You can’t risk reacting impulsively or giving into distractions.
But here’s the problem: On any given day, you go from one meeting to the next, you are bombarded with text messages, voice mail, social media posts, and the pressure to do more with less time and staff. Like many professionals you try to juggle it all but it’s hard to keep up. You half listen during meetings, miss important details, and are becoming more short-tempered. You don’t think you have time to do something about it because, after all, this is corporate America.
It doesn’t have to be this way.
The key is shifting your mindset from getting tangled in day-to-day distractions that take away your focus. By learning to train your attention to stay grounded and present, when the distractions come, you will notice them. However, you will not be ensnared by them.
The purpose of this article is to give you solid principles to shift your mind-set of how you approach the daily pressures and demands you face at the office. With this new mind-set, you will become more in tune with being fully present in the workplace and attentive to how you show up as a leader and influence those around you. When your mindset is in this grounded place, your focus improves along with your credibility, creativity, and compassion. Your presence inspires teamwork and collaboration.
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Speaking programs can range from an hour to half and full days, as well as, Executive Retreats. Each program is tailored to meet your needs, audience, and budget.
Contact Bonnie today to see if she is available to be a part of your next event