Gone are the days when rewards and recognition were based on advancement potential and unfailing commitment to the job – some employees today don’t want to climb the corporate ladder nor are they willing to make the personal sacrifices many of us made. Now it is more about team accomplishments, value contribution to the task and effective work-life integration. Everything needs to be rethought and redesigned to get the most out of every employee and it isn’t all about money.
Throughout many of life’s challenges, Linda P. Hudson learned to channel humiliation, resistance and conflict into resilience and determination. Over the years she has developed a set of tools and techniques that have helped her cope with stress while having a great, demanding job and an interesting, exciting personal life.
Corporate directors often get asked how do they succeed in the competitive and challenging environment of a board room? Learning to strategize in a difficult environment is important. Communication is key, planning is essential and execution is everything. These tools transfer directly into the board room where you must be prepared, pay attention, build trust, act boldly, communicate often and demonstrate integrity.