The key to effective leadership is the leader. Professional competence, no matter how great your expertise, provides only one-half of the ultimate impact you have on your company or organization. Your personal conduct (behaviors) contributes the other half. Wise would-be leaders do not neglect this critical application.
Anyone who wishes to perform or serve at a high level over the long haul needs a specific and diligently-practiced system for self-maintenance. This tool called "Support Mountain" provides a 3-D view of your support system. This video was created for people in serving professions, but it is applicable to anyone who wishes to sustain high performance.
All high performers, especially those in serving professions, must learn to manage stress effectively in order to persevere over the long term. In this short video, Tim Stevenson shares a simple but powerful concept and tools that will help you continue to work productively.
High performers and serving professionals give of themselves continually, putting themselves at risk for disappointment and other negative effects. Tim Stevenson discusses an approach to managing the inevitable negative realities you will encounter, enabling you to remain healthy and productive.
People in all kinds of industries say similar things, that they feel their jobs are out of control and that they are accomplishing little, despite continuous activity. In this excerpt from an all-day seminar, Tim Stevenson introduces one of the concepts for "Mastering Self: Effectiveness & Time Management."