Last week we began a small series about habits. The end of a year, and especially a decade, comes with thoughts about goals, priorities and the habits we have, whether good or bad. We ponder New Year’s Resolutions and what we may want to change or develop next year.
Forming good habits is key to achieving the goals we set for ourselves and becoming the person & leader we desire.
So what habits do you wish you had? This week as we focus on building good, healthy habits in our lives and our work may you be encouraged to dream, to plan, and to follow through
Along the road with you!
“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other” – John F. Kennedy
Sun Tzu: How to Use Military Strategy to Build Better Habits | James Clear
20 Habits of Highly Successful and Effective Leaders | INC.com
12 Habits of Exceptional Leaders | Forbes
Try something new for 30 days | TedTalk
P.S. Register for our Leadership Coaching Program and take strategic steps to build good habits in your career and organization. Contact Jason Parks at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-(866) 300-7130 ext 600 to get started.
P.P.S. Federal Public Service shouldn’t mean “boring government job”. It should mean exciting opportunities in the largest Canadian employers. Join our next Lunch & Learn Webinar, “Building a Successful Public Service Career — The Right Way” on December 17 from 12 to 1 pm eastern time.