There is often a misconception that leadership is the end-all and be-all of organizational success. However, the often-overlooked counterpart to effective leadership is followership. It is through followership that leaders can truly thrive and accomplish their goals. In this blog post, we will explore the concept of followership and its significance in the realm of […]
In today’s fast-paced technological landscape, understanding complex concepts is paramount to staying ahead of the curve. However, jargon and complex language act as gatekeepers and often make these ideas seem daunting and difficult to grasp. This can be especially challenging for neurodivergent individuals and others who may struggle with complex and overwhelming language. In a
You know, someone who lacks integrity, empathy, the ability to delegate, vision, and purpose? You know, a leader who seems manipulative or arrogant. Is your leader hellbent on having their way no matter what? Someone who might just force choke you for suggesting that their way isn’t the “right” way… If not, excellent – carry
Followership tip of the week – use Rogerian Rhetoric to demonstrate Radical Listening How does it work? Instead of immediately advocating your position or trying to refute someone else’s position, you must state the OTHER’S position in such a manner as is ACCEPTABLE TO THEM. Want to ratchet it up a notch? Engage Rapoport’s rules:
High level followership is not easy. And yet, most people don’t really take time to examine their followership. We tend to be to focused on leadership, or our next promotion, or what other people think about us. And when we focus on these things we lose sight of who we are in the relationships we
Companies can significantly improve Inclusiveness for neurdivergent workers and overall engagement by having all companywide emails 1. include a TL;DR summary that is jargon free. 2. Maintain a short passage length standard. 3 Break down the email into sections. 4. Minimize jargon in-line.