Self-accountability and self-development, what are you doing today? One item I would preach and teach to employees from day-1 is to show initiative in self-accountability especially in their self-development. I would coach and encourage that they focus one item per month on self-development, one on professional development, and one item on an achievement that has a measure. I would then coach them on having an accountability partner where they would do the same and hold each other accountable. I would communicate that I value investing in employee development and the advancing of employees in our organization, and when choosing those whom are ready that witnessing those motivated with self-development that the choice becomes clearer and defined.
With today’s social distancing, here are some of my recommendations for personal development, professional development, and spiritual development, which helps at this time and moment of our society. I welcome your thoughts and suggestions.
The Tony DUrso Show (Great variety of guest – spelling correct.)
Dave Ramsey – (Lessons we all need.)
One Minute with Maxwell – John Maxwell (Delivered daily to email.)
Escaping The Owner Prison – Richard Walsh (Great for entrepreneurs.)
7-Habits of Highly Effective People – Stephen Covey (Success starts with habits.)
Meetings Suck – Cameron Herold (Meetings do not suck, but how we run them do.)
Rockefeller Habits – Verne Harnish (Systems and processes for consistent success.)
Five Dysfunctions of a Team – Patrick Lencioni (Dysfunctional teams lack trust.)
Shortcuts Get You Lost – Mark Villareal (Teaches about developing great culture for long-term success.)
The Millennial Factor: 10-Steps In Managing Millennials To Success (Teaches businesses and millennials on how to create a winning culture for all workforce groups, including millennials.)
Into the Light – Jesse Dominguez (Help an up and coming artist, great music.)