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Given leaders spend 80% of their time in conversations, and leadership conversations impact productivity & performance, it’s time to debunk 5 common myths
Simone Biles beautifully demonstrated ultimate resilience by taking control & responding to her own limits. All humans have a tipping point. Being able to recognise calling it is vital.
All humans have a one track mind, so the capacity to diagnose & respond to a lack of psychological safety – is now a critical leadership skill.
We hear and read a lot about the Millennial Mindset and the need for leaders to start embracing it. So who are these Millennial’s and how do we work together?
Acceptance & validation of perspectives & emotions in conversations is critical to helping people think better & develop solutions to challenges.
Asking permission in a conversation is respectful and is extremely effective in building trust.
If the global pandemic is a once in a lifetime experience, then organisations have a once in a lifetime opportunity.
It’s not enough for organisations to develop resilience in their people – they need to focus on developing ‘Intellectual Resilience’.
Truth often alludes us because human behaviour is driven by the need for confirmation bias and to be accepted by peers. It is normal, but not useful.
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