I wish I knew this before…

One of my absolute favourite things to do with clients is lessons learned exercises.

There’s nothing more powerful than taking a real live situation, unpacking it, and figuring out what you did well, what was challenging, and what you’d do differently next time.

But just because I’m great at doing these exercises with clients, doesn’t mean that I’m great at doing them myself.

It’s SO HARD to look back at your own situations and pull out those golden nuggets of wisdom to share with others. 

So, of course, I had to challenge myself to do exactly this!

In today’s post, I’m sharing part 1 of a 3 part video series about some of my greatest lessons learned when it comes to dealing with difficult situations in the workplace (and in life, actually)! 

As I was coming up with the content for these videos, I realized that many of these lessons learned are universal – I often work with leaders on these VERY SAME ISSUES :)

The details may vary slightly but the underlying concerns, fears, and frustrations are strikingly similar. 

What if you could take these “golden nuggets” and apply them in your own life, so that you don’t have to suffer as much through difficult workplace situations?

What if you could use these lessons learned to cut the time that you spend on dealing with workplace issues in half?

What if they could help you show up as the leader that you truly aspire to be during challenging moments?

Would you be game?

Well, you’re in luck! Enjoy!!!

“We often wait to gain the courage to have difficult conversations, when in reality it is through having them that we become courageous.” – Anonymous