A few thoughts … How often do you feel excited, engaged, and inspired by your work? How often at work do you experience that deep sense of satisfaction from knowing what you do matters? Hopefully, “quite often!” is your answer to both questions. Are there times, though, when excessive meetings, deadlines, and dashboards cause […]
The sense of being in a psychologically safe environment is a critical enabler of high performance in teams; it requires your consistent vigilance even in the best of times and certainly is even more critical now.
Transformational change is sometimes the response when organizational leaders recognize “what got us here won’t get us there!”
Do blind spots and low self-awareness limit our leadership effectiveness?
A guide to consciously identifing your own “small steps” that allow you to grow as a leader
Are different skills required to lead in disruptive times versus at all other times?
Does leadership development need to be put on hold while we are managing through crisis?
COVID – A real-life, immersive lesson about “leading in complexity” and “navigating disruption”
Do you find that your role as a leader getting tougher and more complex each year? If so, take some comfort in knowing that you are not alone!
The key message of this book is captured on the opening page ‘Transformation comes more from pursuing profound questions than seeking practical answers’.
This book comes highly recommended by our great friend and colleague, Kay Hannaford and is often referred to in the ‘Finding Meaningful Work’ program.
Not Doing, The art of effortless action, Diana Renner & Steven D’Souza
Those familiar with our work do know we play with a number of models and theories, including Constructive Adult Development.