Simulating real-world scenarios, and talking about what went wrong, can vastly improve performance.
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This idea WILL lead to better leaders. When our leaders are less concerned about how they look and what the end results are... there will be more success. Humility and the ability to grow and learn are crutial. There are no mistakes. Only lessons. A mistake is tuition for the future.
Great tool for Leaders to remember. Nelson Mandela said that his 27 years of self-reflection allowed him to be the leader he was. I'm not saying that it takes 27 years to have "self-awareness"... and you have to start somewhere. This article has some ideas!
Emotionally Intelligent Business Decisions “Sustainable leaders know that in serving others as opposed to treating employees as servants is the key to better business results, greater team involvement and happier followers.” - Dr.
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This article does a great job of sharing information on good decision making. It talks about the 2 systems of the brain, the emotional 'limbic" system and the rational "prefrontal cortex" and the very simple explaination of how decisions are made within the brain based on one's past experiences. It also goes into some very good leadership basics that are always good to be reminded of. EI or Emotional Intelligence is the way of the future in business. It's time to get on the boat. It's on the verge of sailing!
Only 13% of employees worldwide are engaged at work, according to Gallup's new 142-country study on the State of the Global Workplace. Low levels of engagement hinder gains in economic productivity and life quality.
Every day, twice a day, for the past 20 years, the executive charged with investing tens of billions of dollars for Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund thinks of nothing. He does this by sitting silently and saying a word inside himself.
This is a very powerful and true article about Leadership training and the difference between "speaking" about being a leader. And actually leading!
Being a Leader is about having the courage to say what needs to be said in a conscious manner and holding the line of acceptability when it comes to speaking up and saying and doing what needs to be said and done.
It's not always easy.
And when it's done properly... the results are amazing!
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