Deadlines are useful, but it’s your capacity that will drive your success.
Inclusion is not a natural outcome of a diverse human experience. What comes more swiftly is to withdraw into the safety of similarities and distance oneself from the unknown. Which is why, a room full of diversity is not necessarily one brimming with inclusion.
Listening, responding and validating people’s situations, stories and concerns continue to be some of the most powerful leadership capabilities. Having a solid and respectful leader in times that are tough is often what employees value most of all.
While you might be thinking it’s too impossible to change a culture that is already established, here’s why you should
Leaders have a vital role to play in setting an example for others, and inspiring the team to sustain a work culture of psychological safety.
Certain characteristics dominate in leaders who share a common narrative: A belief that business can and should be an active player in solving society’s biggest challenges.
We don’t make good decisions when we are in a state of overwhelm.
Employers and employees need to be alert to the warning signs of tech overload.
Every single executive athlete that I have met has had a greater sense of purpose. This has ranged from a profound belief in their work, a burning desire to be of service or a deep sense of spirituality. Whatever the flavour, find your purpose and become it.
Confronting biases can make you feel like a bad person.