With everything requiring reinvention these days, why not reinvent the kinds of questions we ask during hiring interviews? Here’s one example.
If you think about your organization as a living system then I believe the role of leaders is to foster the conditions for life to thrive—to bring about more life in and through the organization.
This post explores how to navigate the inner dialogue barriers that pop up when navigating change. Our ability to be effective in catalyzing the external change in the world we want to see is…
An ideation ladder is strategic planning language reimagined and repurposed. Any positive disruption involves engaging internal people (at a minimum) in a generative conversation that creates lift and…
“Flipping” conversations from the problem-responding search for solutions to the embrace of appreciative gravitational pull
Sometimes our ability to shift mindsets to something that invites and propels possibilities entails coming to grips with our basic human wiring…that often gets in our way.
A simple exercise can help you and your team visualize how you are wired for learning, change, and reinvention. The resulting discussion could be powerful for your leadership inflection.
Common vignettes demonstrate leadership traps resulting from poor listening habits. I explore new practice patterns and suggest the advantages attending them.
I was curious to see what might come of looking back at my immersion this year…in ideas.
My reflections on feeling “unstuck in time” while navigating the effects of the pandemic