How to Prioritize Life According to the Dalai Lama
The Dalai Lama has three commitments in life . His priorities shape his vision for the world. The secret though lies in the order. Check out what we should all prioritize in life.
How to Lead in Permanent Whitewater
The only constant is that the world is constantly changing. Leading in permanent whitewater requires dealing with uncertainty, speed, volatility and complexity. Managers must learn to navigate unexpected undercurrents, but also unforeseen opportunities.
How to Liberate Innovation across Your Organization
Liberating innovation is a top priority for most CEOs. They want to accelerate change across the organizations. The power of liberating structures. Easy to implement tools to unleash innovation across your team.
Why Leaders Fall into the Collaboration Trap
Leaders expect people to collaborate. But collaboration cannot be imposed. It must be designed and facilitated. Don’t fall in the collaboration trap. The myths of collaboration and how to avoid falling into the trap.
7 Things Teams Want to Tell their Leaders, but Can’t
A simple question can turn silence into insights. There are a lot of things that employees are thinking, but wouldn’t ever dare to tell their bosses. Read what team members would tell you if they weren’t afraid.
Why Being Wrong Will Make You a Better Leader
Being wrong can be one of the best things for a leader. Intellectual humility is not a weakness but a way to grow. Admitting your mistakes and that you don’t have all the answers will help you become a better leader.
Improved Self-Awareness Can Make You a Better Leader
Self-awareness is a key meta-skill for leaders. We are all more unaware than aware. To lead others, we must learn to lead ourselves first.
How Intellectual Humility Can Make You a Better Leader
Leaders who score higher on intellectual humility tests are more open to opposing views, pay more attention to evidence, and have a stronger self-awareness. Intellectually humble leaders are willing to admit they are wrong — they acknowledge their mistakes and learn from them.