6 WAYS LEADERS HAVE A GOOD DAY
Every leader I know wants to have a good day. Researchers and authors Teresa Amabile and Steven Kramer discovered a significant way to make this happen.
“If a person is motivated and happy at the end of a workday, it’s a good bet that he or she made some progress. If a person drags out disengaged and joyless at the office or home office, a setback is most likely to blame.”
Research shows that on good days, progress was made 76% of the time. On bad days, progress was made only 25% of the time.
Remember leaders, even small progress can lead to good days, and good days create momentum for greater energy, joy, and purpose.
Here’s to making today great!
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About the Author
Steve Gutzler is the President of Leadership Quest, a Seattle-based leadership development company. Steve is a dynamic, highly-sought-after speaker who has delivered more than 2,500 presentations to a list of clients including Microsoft, Starbucks, the Seattle Seahawks, Pandora Radio, Boeing, Cisco, Starwood Corporation, the Ritz Carlton group, and the U.S. Social Security Administration. He recently was voted #1 by the readership of Huffington Post as the Most Inspirational Leader on Social Media.
A published author on leadership and emotional intelligence, Steve resides near Seattle with his wife Julie where they enjoy time with their three adult children and six grandchildren.