If there is no profit, then it is not sustainable. Today we’re look at thriving, not just surviving!
This is by far the most important aspect of the Flow Leadership Framework and Mindset. This is one of the new roles for managers as they transition from management to leadership.
This past Wednesday (14 July 2021) I shared in the introduction post to this short series on Managers and their new leadership role. Today we’re looking a little deeper into why Vision is so vital to successful teams.
Roles are changing rapidly in organizations.
Agile purists believe all management is evil.
That is simply NOT the case.
Everyone pays lip-service that this is a vital part of being a great leader.
Hard to disagree with that, right?
In fact, one of the wisest men, ever, put it this way:
How do we transform people into winners with the right attitudes?
Today’s post links to an article published today for the IG Guru (Information Governance News) by Andrew Ysasi, Master of Science (M.S.), FCP (he also has the following certifications: MS CRM/CIGO, FIP, FIIM, CIPM, CISM, PMP, IGP and CIP).
What we now call “Flow” (which is shorthand for the Flow Leadership Framework & Mindset) originally started out back in 2013/14 as an acronym: F.L.O.W. (Focus Led Organizations Win).
The poll results for my post on Servant Leadership back on Wednesday, 23 June 2021 are in.
Nature vs. Nurture? Genetics vs. Environment? Are you stuck with the hand you’ve been dealt? What about IQ, EQ, etc. vs. street smarts? Or, is it really a “both/and” and NOT an “either/or” situation?