Marcus Aurelius, the Roman leader some 2000 years ago understood the importance of becoming self aware. As business leaders, we spend much of our time looking outward towards the job we have to do that day. If you are like me this can mean a day full of emails, meetings and chats with the team. All that external focus is important to lead a company, but the truly important work of a leader is to work on yourself. If you want to improve your company, spend some of your day becoming self aware.
Create Safety and Equality for All Your Employees, Not a Hierarchy. Originally published on Thrive Global, June 25, 2020 Six years ago, when my partner and I founded Pacific Workers’, The Lawyers for Injured Workers, we saw a revolving door of our non-lawyers. We realized that in order to grow our firm, we would need …
It has been more than three months since we sent everybody at our company to work from home. We are all aware of the crises before us. Millions of job losses, a global health crisis and intense political division. In short… it certainly feels like chaos has arrived.
However, during this time, our company has grown. We have hired 10 people, retained more than 250 new clients, opened 2 additional offices and paid bonuses to every person in our company.