There are persons who link their value to their compensation of position. There are others who are valued because of their ability to play power games at work. These tips provide your with strategies you can use to improve your value to your employer and more importantly improve your value so you can achieve your career goals.
When changing cultural dynamics is a priority, leaders establish a vision for transformation, but if these persons only have the benefit of experiencing a single organizational culture, authentic change is difficult because these leaders don't know what they don't know. Yvette explores how you can overcome the obstacles to cultural enhancement and the unifying power of communication.
Blame is a self-preservation tactic. It is used to cover up and conceal. Rather than suffer through embarrassment, self-flagellation or attack, blamers point their fingers at others. This podcast outlines the different types of blame, how you can create a blame free environment, and how to protect yourself from blamers.
In this episode, Yvette shares a story about a manager who is being constantly attacked because she is unaware that she is perceived as a threat. She is unaware that others perceive her as powerful. The story illustrates two types of players: Those who reject power and all its trapping, and those who embrace it wholeheartedly. Yvette explores how persons who reject the traditional displays of power can engage power and maintain integrity.