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TIPS TO PREVENT YOUR 2023 RESOLUTIONS FROM WILTING
If you don’t have clear deadlines associated with your New Year’s resolutions, you’ll fall short, reports NPR. Another derailer is time management: how you organize your time around your 2023 goals. Click here for helpful tips to fend off distractions that could keep you from achieving your goals.
WHY REAL GROWTH REQUIRES FEEDBACK
Communication always appears on the lists of the most critical skills for leading others, but what specific communication skills takes prominence for 2023? Answer: giving, receiving and using constructive feedback.
Research by executive education organizations highlight the importance of creating open and candid work environments for building supportive teams and owning your professional development. “The next generation of leaders must recognize the necessity of establishing an atmosphere in which their employees can come up to them and boldly tell them where they are lacking,” according to studies by Northwest Executive Education. “They must accept criticism constructively and appreciate the person who delivered it rather than allowing it to negatively impact their interpersonal relationships. Furthermore, it is critical for the next generation of leaders to instill delivering feedback as a habit that must be followed on a regular basis.”
Read more about the leadership skills essential for 2023 success by clicking here.
OWNERSHIP TIPS FOR YOUR PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Prioritizing development opportunities and asking for feedback and support will help you successfully maneuver your professional growth, writes Hannah Sincavage from the Center for Management and Organization Effectiveness. Taking ownership of the things you can control, such as your attitude, self-image, productivity and how you treat others can also boost your personal growth
WARDROBE ADVICE FOR BOOSTING YOUR SELF IMAGE
Next year’s well-dressed speakers will choose outfits that match their brand image, are slightly dressier than the clothes worn by their audience and look good against any background, writes Nick Morgan, founder of Public Words. “Your performance will be affected by how you feel in your outfit, so spend the money and make your wardrobe bring you up rather than down.”
CULTURE IS AN ORGANIZATION’S COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
In order to ensure their policies, processes and practices are creating a culture of inclusion, loyalty and engagement—as the way work gets done changes—leaders should follow a two-pronged approach, writes Anne Chow, the lead director on FranklinCovey‘s board of directors. “In a world where talent is key and competition is fierce, culture is the only sustainable competitive advantage organizations have.”