Team building is creating a work culture that values collaboration. In a teamwork environment, people understand and believe that thinking, planning, decisions and actions are better when done cooperatively.
When we think of leadership, we often gravitate toward lessons learned from our bosses (past and present), with a sense of their expertise. Generally this practice makes a tremendous amount of sense – longstanding success and a pattern of winning matter. However, by narrowing our focus to only learn from the tenured few, we miss out on other lessons to be learned. For me, my children have taught me more about leadership than any boss ever could. I’d be willing to bet that your kids can do the same for you, as long as you pay attention. Why? Children aren’t tainted by their 9-5 cube farm job or a stack of bills to pay or dinner to get on the table by 7 pm or an ailing parent – or anything for that matter. Here are some of my favorite lessons that my two kids have taught me, but I’d love to hear from you about what you’ve learned over the years as a parent.
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The power of developing children to have design thinking - innovationInspiring primary school age children to think of themselves as inventors and to devise novel solutions to the problems around them was the aim of an educational experiment. In their experiment they provided teachers and pupils with the technology -- voice recorders and video equipment -- with which to record their everyday environment and to help them home in on the various problems they face in their lives. The primary school class was not only keen to seek out problems but provided several fanciful and occasionally practical solutions.
There are many methods to help relieve anxiety. In my opinion, they work best when used in combination. My approach, of course, is to use meditation (a mind-body technique) as the foundation and then incorporate other holistic lifestyle skills. This is how I teach my Meditation for Health Program (http://www.seekwithinyou.com/about/meditation-for-health). I feel that having a foundation (being rooted) in one method and then branching out to others is key to bringing yourself back into a mind, body and spirit balance.
Peter Drucker, considered the leadership guru of the twentieth notes that, “The leader of the past may have been a person who knew how to tell, but certainly the leader of the future will be a person who knows how to ask."
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