The benefits of SLOWING DOWN
Speed is everything in business today. Everything moves so rapidly we feel the pressure to be faster and faster than anyone or everyone. One of my executive clients said this is a must for not only thriving but in fact for survival. We are the verge of creating a culture of speed, but at what cost? Let’s look at the other side of the coin. The benefits and values of slowing down a bit here and there in leadership.
What would you do? (Blackley Shipyard Story)
When I came across with this excellent case study in the book of The Ethical Leader, I found it fascinating.
Travel Agent vs Tour Guide Type of Leaders
After the summer this reflection question from John C. Maxwell related to the 5 levels of leadership is pretty relevant: Are you a travel agent type of leader or a tour guide type of leader?
Stability and being grounded
Our world has never been so turbulent if I look at the last year and a half. Don't think that the future will be any different. Uncertainty and the pace of change has never been so fast and will never be so slow.
Power vs Superpower: Can you change other people?
This is a real dilemma for every Transformational Leader: Can you change other people or you can only change yourself? The answer neither easy nor straight-forward.
Rewire and sharpen your thinking in uncertainties
If you’ve been going through business transformation, your people will need to be as agile as your processes.
What people most look for and admire in their leaders
What would people expect from an individual they would willingly follow, not because they have to but because they want to? What does it take to be the kind of leader that others want to follow, doing so enthusiastically and voluntarily?
‘ME’ and ‘WE’ – The Superpower of Jazz Band
What is wrong with ‘ME’? Why should we move from ‘ME’ to ‘WE’?
Bye bye 2020! Hello 2021!
“Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.” Wayne Dyer
Our world ruled by dopamine
What can leaders do with our chemical dependency?