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April 29, 2021

by Phil Incorvia | April 29, 2021 | Blue Tiger Tales

Hello Blue Tiger Leadership Clients, Family, Friends, and Fans,

Here are a few articles from the Harvard Business Review that feel relevant to our clients', colleagues', and our own experiences. There are learning points for leaders of teams, members of teams, and individual contributors, alike. TLI Registration

We hope you will find just one small, actionable item that you can do each day to give yourself, and your team, a way to stay emotionally connected and as healthy as possible in all ways physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.

  • Is Your Team Solving Problems, or Just Identifying Them?  – Some of us are on, or have developed, teams that are excellent at spotting potential problems. While skepticism and critical thinking are valuable skills, their overuse may be demotivating, or may actually prevent the problems from being addressed once identified.
  • Your Burnout is Unique. Your Recovery Will Be, Too – Many of us are feeling some form of fatigue and/or burnout - they're not the same. Once again, this article offers ways to consider how individual team members and leaders alike can find ways to address the burnout they may be feeling right now.
  • Your Video Bird Photo Dose of Upliftment – Did you know there is a Bird Photographer of the Year award? Here are some images submitted by finalists. We're pretty sure there's something in here for everyone.


Please let us know if you find any of these to be helpful and share how you put them into practice. Also, if you have a tip to offer, let us know and we will include it in a future email or video.

We wish for you to find your special ways to thrive through this unprecedented time.

The Blue Tiger Leadership Team

May You Be Well –

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