When two higher ed. leaders have difficulty communicating and working together, it almost always stems from the same pattern…
What’s bothering you at work? Are your problems the same you had last year, and the year before that?
A job title is part of someone’s career goals, but it’s not the whole picture.
But there is one critical type of goal people often forget to focus on and that’s personal development goals.
No matter the situation, no matter what they observe, their minds don’t think “this should not be happening.”
Confident people know their worth so they don’t need to talk about it. They have nothing to prove and can focus their energy on their work and on helping others.
Respect is not something you can demand or force people to give you. It is something you inspire in others through your behavior.
If you are so busy dealing with problems that you have no mind-space or energy left to keep your high performers engaged and fulfilled, you are missing out on your biggest opportunity.