Relationships

Four Ways Great Leaders Create Trust with Teams

In a world of constant change, where most work environments are now of the VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) variety, the role of leaders is evolving. Rather than being central sources of vision and knowledge, leaders must increasingly become conveners, facilitators, and power grantors who leverage their teams to gather the insights that will …

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Assessing Your Strengths as a Change Leader

Great change leaders balance skills across four domains: Vision, Process, Relationships, and Problem Solving. It’s the well-rounded change leader who is best able to navigate constant change. While it’s common for some leaders to have areas of relative strength, focusing too heavily into one or two of these domains often means the others atrophy and …

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Maybe You Really Are An Imposter

I know first hand that a caustic national dialogue that positions some identities as less than can seep into private consciousness and hijack one’s sense of worthiness as a human being. But I also see that responding to stressors with a diagnosis rather than a growth mindset is actually just a pernicious reinforcement of this brokenness.