Communicating the desire for the "new" normal has significant impact on not only your morale, but those you lead can have a significant impact on morale, working conditions.
I have spent some time this week reflecting on my experiences hearing folks wanting and wishing for the "new" normal.
Watch or listen to the lesson to get a better understanding of what this person is actually saying and how it is impacting the low morale on your team or in your school.
I offer multiple strategies that I know will work (I use them) to help you and your team be in a better place emotionally and physically!
John Wooden shared, “When the opportunity comes it’s too late to prepare.” Preparation is more than just a discipline. Preparation is an attitude. Preparation will make the difference between winning and losing. Success and failure. Connecting and feeling lost.
Preparation can happen in many ways. It could be about thinking ahead of a potential problem to making sure your dinner guests do not have any food allergies or special diets.
Preparation could be practicing your elevator speech to new families, teachers or strategic partners not until you get it right, but until you never get it wrong.
Preparation could be when you get those five key minutes with your boss to pitch an idea you have all of her potential questions (i.e. budget impact, key resources, first steps) already mapped out in an easy to read one page report.
Preparation is all about getting better results. Better results in this order: