Want a way to help your team reframe its mindset? Ask the right questions. Here are three questions that I asked my own team, and what I learned as a result.
To be an effective leader, you’ve got to be willing to look closely at yourself — what makes you tick, what drives your motivations, and when you’re at your best. I did some introspection, and here’s what I found about myself.
Last week, I told you to follow your gut and take your shot. And today, I’m following my own advice. My gut says that even though it feels awkward and “out of my comfort zone” to share this with you, it’s worth the risk.
There’s a big difference between taking an unnecessary risk and nudging yourself out of your comfort zone to take your shot. Here’s to following your gut and taking a chance!
I was recently reminded of the power of repetition, and how change happens suddenly over time. And if the second half of that sentence does not seem to make sense, allow me to explain.
What do you do when you have an employee who isn’t meeting expectations? Whose level of work isn’t up to par? Who isn’t motivated? My advice for you is simple: look in the mirror.
August is a busy month for birthdays in the Hoffer household. This week, my son Will turns 11! Here’s what I’ve learned about life, love, attitude, and kindness from my son.
When you’re feeling stressed or times get tough, taking a moment to reflect and remember the moments that really matter can renew your spirit.
As my baby girl turns six this year, I take a moment to reflect on our life and our love.
Do you love yourself enough to find out what you don’t want to know about yourself? Your answer to this question can impact how effective you are as a person and a leader. Here’s why asking for honest feedback is crucial to your leadership journey.