We’re seeing that, to be successful, humility is critical. So today, we’re sharing a previous post about the Power of Humility.
We are a country of humans that tends to create categories of people and this leads quickly to US and THEM. Once we do that, we lose the WE.
This week we’re sharing the link to Project Implicit and their array of tests to help each of us identify our own implicit bias and assumptions.
Our brains are not a large part of our bodies, yet they use up considerable resources when they work. So, to lesson that demand, our bodies evolved to rely on habitual responses and the clustering of data so that the brain had less work to do.
In order to challenge the systemic bias in our country, we’ll all need to step into our leadership. As a leader, standing on the sidelines hoping others will fix things is not an option.
People skills are born of being willing to really listen to what others are saying and building a relationship where other perspectives are valued.
Mastery of knowledge within a field is not complete without mastering the people skills required to work effectively within your organization.
As you work with your new boss, your leadership matters.
Having an awareness of your and your team’s tendencies is an effective way to lead through challenges, build accountability, and create strong teams.
The exciting shift to living a growth mindset involves working toward seeing challenges as learning opportunities rather than threats.