Leadership is art and science, perhaps more art than science... Many years ago, I watched an interview on TV with the lead guitarist of a famous Italian rock band. One of the questions was, 'What is your definition of Rock?'. I still remember his answer.
In the ever-evolving realm of leadership, one thing is certain: uncertainty. We all seek reassurance, especially in ambiguous times, but as leaders, providing the definite certainty everyone desires can be challenging.
When we shift our perspective on failure as a means for learning, growth, and innovation, it contains the seeds of future success. Do you have the right tools and support to manage this shift? How do you respond to any situation, stressful event, or failure?
We emphasize the importance of learning from failures. How about successes? Learning from success comes with its unique challenges and is equally important!
Growth happens when we gather the courage to attempt things we’ve never tried and engage in actions we’ve never done.
Failure - it's a reality. It's risky. It's often frustrating.
This quote seems to describe the perfect mantra to achieve success, and you won't believe how simple it is.
In the dynamic world of leadership and team management, effective communication is the backbone of success. One of the most powerful tools at the disposal of managers and team members alike is the one-on-one meeting.
In this second article about feedback, we will focus on our fear of feedback, how to receive feedback, and, last but not least, we will disclose the rule number zero of feedback.
Feedback is an essential tool in leadership, with the power to transform individual performance, team dynamics, and overall organizational success. In this first article, we will delve into its etymology, explore the motivation behind it, discuss a practical method for giving feedback, and provide some examples.
Leadership, in its essence, is the ability to influence others towards a common goal or purpose. It's a concept that permeates every aspect of human interaction, from the workplace to our personal lives.
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