Last week we identified 3 ways to help you manage the strain of change. Today we are sharing some other ideas that may speak to you.
This week we’ve been talking about the importance EQ and CQ in being a successful leader. We found some resources that are helpful in understanding the importance of these abilities.
Recently, we shared a link to a TedX about cultural intelligence. A number of you have asked why we feel it’s important and how it differs from emotional intelligence.
Today, we’re sharing some resources to help you think about the impact you may have vs the intent behind it
As our nation starts to look at systemic racism, we’re being asked as individuals and organizations to consider our behaviors through a new lens and we’re hearing people say, “That wasn’t my intent.”
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.
The one thing you can do to accelerate your leadership success is to listen deeply to others.
Motivation of self and others is a hot topic in business precisely because it can be quite a challenge. What motivates people over the years has changed in large part because how we work has changed. Never in the history of time have so many people held jobs where their contribution is based on their…