How to Increase Self-Awareness and Be at Peace with Yourself
Know yourself is excellent advice. However, it’s easier said than done. Self-awareness requires practice, work, and method. Here’s how to improve self-awareness and be at peace.
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.
Do You Suffer from Illusions of Moral Superiority?
Self-righteousness makes you focus on yourself rather than on trying to understand others. The illusion of moral superiority reduces our willingness to cooperate or compromise — it creates a divide between “us” and “them.”
Self-Awareness Removes Distractions What’s Got Your Attention? Emotions play a key role in the workplace–they can lubricate or harm collaboration. A check-in brings attention to what’s keep each team member busy, so they can put those…
Your Emotional Culture Is Powerful — Just Listen
Organizations that tackle employees’ moods and feelings outperform those that ignore emotions or force people to suppress negative ones. How to balance both intellectual and emotional culture.