As a leader, it’s important to keep your composure. But it’s even more critical to recognize when you’re losing it, and reach out to your team for help, says Anthony Guerra.
Having someone on your team who’s just going through the motions – or worse yet, doesn’t want to be there – can be detrimental to the whole unit, says Anthony Guerra, who recently reached an important conclusion.
No matter what type of business you’re in, one core philosophy holds true: the strategies that helped you achieve success in the past won’t necessarily drive the organization forward, says Anthony Guerra.
When you have to be at the top of your game from early morning until late at night, it’s best to avoid the bottom of the bottle, says Anthony Guerra.
Neglecting those annoying tasks on your to-do list won’t make them disappear. In fact, it can give them power, says Anthony Guerra, who makes a case for running toward these challenges.