Working in a collaborative space? Don’t just hunker down and get to work. Meet people and grow your business.
Don’t be that guy who works at a co-working space with headphones in all day. Here are five tips on how to build connections and relationships with the people around you. We love to get to know the fine folks who work around us at CoCo locations across the Twin Cities!
Interactions, not individuals, drive breakthroughs
Creativity and innovation don’t happen alone. Collaboration across disciplines is really what sparks those “lightbulb” moments.
The first step in developing leadership to advance large-scale social change is clearly defining the intended results.
Want to change the world? Start with identifying what that looks like. Defining the hoped-for results of your organization’s work from the get-go helps leaders set benchmarks, track success, and measure progress.
Simon Sinek has a simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership all starting with a golden circle and the question “Why?” His examples include Apple, Martin Luther King, and the Wright brothers … (Filmed at TEDxPugetSound.)
Great leaders start by asking the question “why?” Why do you do what you do?
Lessons from Bruce Springsteen, Sheryl Sandberg, and more.
These six people achieved success not because they prioritized work above all else, but because they were able to integrate their work with the rest of their lives. Takeaways: be real, be whole, and be innovative.