Quick and impactful?
I admit I am mostly a consumer of digital content these days and mostly rely on podcasts and Google searches to learn about areas I am traveling to. Still there is a huge benefit to travel books and maps..I love maps! So while we have previously suggested ebooks and related apps, this tip is all about the good old fashion page turner.
Have you considered borrowing travel books rather than buying them? Honestly I hadn’t as I regularly buy the cheapest, newest used book I can find on Amazon, but recently my son wanted to spend a rainy afternoon wondering around the library…and I wasn’t about to discourage that. I was surprised at how many travel books, magazines and videos were available for loan at our local library. We’ll definitely be back soon!
Now off to study up for our upcoming Cuba trip!
CEB Research – https://www.cebglobal.com/insights/change-management.html
What tools or models do you think are most helpful to people leading change?
When you see someone who just has a knack for championing change, what characteristic/trait sticks out to you? (What makes them great?)
What are often overlooked execution strategies leaders miss as they get wrapped up on “doing the change”?
How can the leader solidify the change in the culture?
What strategies do you use to personally cope with change?
How do you help those who struggle with resistance to change?
What change books and resources have been helpful?
It seems like all industries, fields, even hobbies are changing a lot based on digital and other trends. How do you stay on top – or in front, when possible – of these changes?
Girls’ Trip Elephant Adventure pictures – Sandy on an elephant at the Indianapolis Zoo