Daniel Kahneman, Nobel Laureate and founder of behavioral economics, says that we have two selves: our experiencing self and our memory self. Our experiencing self likes to be happy in the moment—with people we like, in a comfortable environment, and engaging in fun activities. Our memory self is more interested
Leadership Goals are accomplished by great leaders by using the process known as GPSing. You must first begin by asking goal questions, then position Q.
Leadership Efficiency can be costly to the sustainability of an organization. When you strive for efficiency you can lose your sense of purpose.
Criticism feels so harsh and none productive. It is often hard to listen to from others and although we don’t like to admit it. It is difficult for others to hear from us. Converting criticism into commitment can be done in several ways. Read this post to find out how
By Jonathan Bennett In this paper I shall present not just the conscience of Huckleberry Finn but two others as well. One of them is the conscience of Heinrich Himmler. He became a Nazi in 1923; he served drably and quietly, but well, and was rewarded with increasing responsibility and power. At the
When I ask leaders where they are most productive, they often say on the plane. They enjoy being unplugged for several hours, and they get more done. Avoid using wifi on planes if you can. And if you’re not on a plane, imagine you are for the next few hours.
Sometimes not feeling like you belong has more to do with you than with the others in the group. Try changing the question. Instead of asking yourself “Do I belong?” or “Why don’t I belong?” ask, “How do I belong?”
This is part three of our seven part series on Trust. Many leaders think of trust is something for them to gain rather than give. This series supports the priority of giving trust to support your goal to become an exceptional leader. Capacity is one of the core tenants of