Thousands of people talk about these problems and offer up their top five things you can do to overcome them.
While those lists are helpful, we both know overcoming your overwhelm isn’t that simple.
Overwhelm happens when you put your attention on too many things at the same time. Unfortunately, it’s hard not to, given the current environment.
However, what if overcoming your overwhelm isn’t about the obvious things? What if overcoming your overwhelm is about the less obvious things?
It’s time to start talking about the unseen, unnamed, and unexpressed. Only then will you find your way out of the overwhelm and back into playing your bigger game.
You’ve gotta talk about it!
Do you share responsibility for delivering an outcome with others?
Yet, you’re not in charge of them, and they’re not in charge of you?
Regardless of your position, you can build any team, any time. It’s not rocket science, but it is a skill you can learn. Learn, then practice the step-by-step team leadership process and activities that build a cohesive, high-performance team that will succeed with clear agreements and shared responsibility.
Workshop: Flawless Team Building
Meet Mike Edwards
Mike Edwards teaches that everything in your life is something you created, chose, or attracted. So, why not create the life you want?
As an activational speaker, author and blogger Mike inspires people to step into their leadership. Mike has activated hundreds of leaders and teams to have their best life and produce their best work.
Mike is an Accredited Responsibility Mentor (The Responsibility Company), Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CTI), Professional Certified Coach (ICF), Leadership Graduate (CTI), Organizational and Relationship Systems Coach (CRR Global), and IC-Agile Expert-Agile Coaching (IC Agile).
Instead of pushing on the inputs or outputs, start by focusing on the gap between inputs and outputs.
Rather than trying to drive productivity, let the team take responsibility for improving productivity.
Resistors are an essential voice in your system.
Work with Mike
Mike Edwards activates people and teams
Every engagement follows a simple, 3-step process:
We start with a free consultation to discuss your vision and goals to understand how Leading for Change can help.
Next, we spend time getting to know each other better, and designing a program based on your needs.
We do the work that will get you what you want. During this time we will continue to adjust to what we’re learning together.