Humbleness in Leadership
Remember who you are and where you came from!
Does it really require having a strong hunger of power to be a top leader nowadays? Does this hunger of power so important in our business environment that we tend to forget about humbleness in leadership and service of others?
Are you blindsided? - Leadership Blind Spots
We all have blind spots, as it is part of the human nature. But what happens when a leader has blind spots? It matters even more as there may be many people who are affected by their decisions and their actions. Blind Spots are also causing problems when they prevent us from learning and adapting to changes especially in today’s VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous) environment.
How to lead in complicated times?
Today’s CEOs face a business environment that is becoming increasingly complicated to read and adapt to.
Becoming a Flying Fish
Professor Peter Hawkins has defined organisational culture as what you stop noticing when you have worked somewhere for over three months. He has also illustrated this by quoting a Chines proverb: “The last one to know about the sea is the fish.” So what can leaders see then?