Notre Dame the cathedral of Paris and France, where French Kings and Queens have been married for centuries and Napoleon was crowned Emperor in 1804, has survived an extensive fire. The fire started Monday night at 6:30 pm and burnt through the whole of the wooden roof, toppling the central spire before successfully being put out by over 500 firefighters.
For many of the leaders I work with, the start of Q4 is the time to ramp up to a big finish at the end of the year. But Q4 can be challenging: holidays are on the horizon, curtailing productivity, and people start to wind down for the year. So how can you get the most out of your team before 2018 ends? Here are three things you can be doing from a strategy point of view to help finish Q4 with a bang:
Summertime is here filled with holidays. We have just had a long weekend in the Bahamas and upon starting back in the office I took a morning walk on a local beach. To my surprise, I saw the aftermath of people partying the night before. They had left their garbage behind them, polluting the land and sea.
Our climate and our planet is the most important topic on the table for humanity. That is why as a leader or future leader I write to you again today. It is the single greatest challenge for the Human Race to solve. It is going to take every one of us to stand up for our world that we live in and to learn to live properly and in harmony with her for the good of all.
500 million straws are used in the US everyday, that’s ½ a billion straws everyday going into the environment. Refuse the Straw movement started in the US and is gathering momentum around the world. Its focus is to educate pubs and restaurants on the destructive nature of the straw and change consumer behavior by stopping providing them.
LinkedIn CEO, Jeff Weiner, has a clear set of principles he operates from which he considers to be the most powerful mechanism for leadership.
He uses the acronym FCS (a.k.a FOCUS) to support himself and his leaders to remember and embody the following set of principles that drive high performance.