In this fast-paced world, organizations often require skilled professionals who can effectively manage and implement strategic initiatives. This is the role of the operative level – the middle management and project managers who are responsible for successfully implementing programs that align with an organization’s vision and strategic purpose. From Strategic Decision-Making to Setting and Prioritizing […]
I recently uploaded a podcast episode with Max and one of the main topics we discussed with the role of trust in teams, organizations, and with clients. We also got to talk about the nature of exemplary followership and how it can impact a person’s role on a team and how leadership sees a person.
Teams need tensegrity. They need followers to have the safety to present opposing views. To create the tension that leads to stability. To good decision making. It is about creating a whole by supporting independence. We need tension – to a point. A team that finds that point lives in a state of tensegrity. They
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
Are you suffering from Functional Fixedness about your role and position? Functional fixedness is a cognitive bias that impacts an individual’s ability to be creative. When we discuss functional fixedness we normally associate it with how an object may be used. Duncker’s candle problem is often used to demonstrate this bias. The problem is presented as follows: You