Delegation is critical for business leaders to achieve work-life balance, but there are some responsibilities that shouldn’t be assigned to someone else. It’s not always easy to determine which commitments you should retain to keep the business running smoothly or preserve your peace of mind and which tasks you should delegate to someone else.
Death and finances are two of the most difficult topics for people to talk about, and when you put them together, you have a conversation that a lot of people avoid at all costs. Yet the fact of the matter is people are living longer.
You only have a few seconds when you start speaking before people begin to make value judgments about you. For leaders it’s imperative to have a voice that people want to listen to, a voice that inspires trust and a voice that can motivate people to action. Learning how to control the pitch, pace, tone, volume and melody of your voice can help a good leader become a great leader.
One in four American adults went to a healthcare provider for neck and back pain, according to a 2016 Gallup study. In addition, the report found 65% of adults sought care for neck and back pain at some point in their lives. When you factor in how many adults are hunched over computer desks, sitting for extended periods of time at work and bending their neck to read mobile devices, these statistics aren’t so surprising.
Going back to work after having children is hard. Whether it’s been six weeks, six months, six years or 20 years, the road ahead is bumpy. Here’s some advice for mothers and fathers in three different stages of life to help them rejoin the working class.