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.
Your Team Wants to Grow, Not to be Reminded of its Mistakes
Feedback should help people grow. It should propel them into the future, not the past. Help your team become their best version instead of reminding them of past errors.
Democratizing Leadership in the Age of Change
Keynote at 2018 Agile Conference in Spain Last week, I had the honor of speaking at the annual Agile Conference in Spain. My keynote was 45 minute-long — the following are some insights and thoughts, not the entire…
Appreciative Inquiry: A Positive Model to Drive Cultural Change
Appreciative Inquiry is an approach to organizational change that focuses on strengths rather than on weaknesses. It builds on what’s working rather than getting stuck into what’s broken. Appreciative inquiry increases participation and engagement.