It was this last part that struck me most in this recent reading of Watership Down. How do we free ourselves from the constricting bonds of vanity?
I happen to believe that leadership is mostly about "the little things." The little choices we make, the little things we do when no one is watching, the little habits and practices we form.
Jeanne Gladden uses Bruce Tuckman's stages of group development to deal with conflict in the workplace.
Being "still here" is no easy feat and is worth celebrating, but it is simply not enough.
Are your habits boring your brain?