By Noah Nuer, Chairman, LaL A CEO who was attending the first seminar in our 4-Mastery program shared with me his quandary: Over the course of his career, he had worked with many outstanding individual contributors, but he wasn’t sure he was ever part of a real team. In other words, his teams had always ... Read More
by Noah, Nuer, Chief Learning Officer, Culture Change Partner, LaL You want your employees to be motivated and outperform themselves. It’s good for the company and it’s good for you. One could argue, in fact, that it’s an intricate part of your job as a manager and a leader. Yet how can you influence that ... Read More
In the last blog, we looked at how our “Unconscious Time Management” prioritizes our calendar according to our Ego fears, not what is most meaningful to us. The flip side is also true: our Ego prioritizes what inflates it. Therefore the other things that make it into our calendar are what we believe will give ... Read More
Since most of us are faced with an overwhelming amount of to-do’s every day, what is the most effective way to prioritize what ends up in our calendars?
Welcome to LaL's blog! We spend a lot of time with our seminar participants telling them to be open to experimenting with life. Being willing to experiment makes it so much easier to try new things. It can help us disconnect from the need for a certain outcome, to instead concentrate on the process. Its a way to live life.
Here, we intend to experiment. You can expect to see posts about our upcoming seminars and other events. But you will also find posts from the staff sharing our own learnings. We'll include links to some of our personal projects that we want to share with the world, as well as links to other resources we think you will find of interest. We'll share some case studies, videos and