Agile Leader

Becoming an agile leader requires being open-minded and completely immersed in the present moment. It’s having an insatiable curiosity, eager to experiment and innovate. It’s also a willingness to self-reflect and look at areas that could use improvement. Above all, it’s having the courage to embrace change and make yourself vulnerable. In doing so, you will inspire your team to do the same.

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As we continue to face the unexpected challenges 2020 is throwing at us, adaptability as a leader is essential. Adaptable leaders are always in learning mode, knowing that success is less about what you know and more about how well you can adapt and learn from the ever-changing world around you.

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Under normal circumstances it’s difficult to speak up at work, especially if you’re trying to express something you’d like your manager to change or handle differently. During a crisis, the emotions that prevent us from speaking up are heightened by the anxiety and worry surrounding the unknown.

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Many leaders are feeling like change is happening to them versus being at the helm of change because they are being forced to adapt at an unprecedented rate. While this can be overwhelming because work as they know it may never be the same, it is also a time where leaders have the opportunity to shift the focus and energy of their organizations.

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Here’s the problem: placing too much emphasis on niceness, you’re likely toning down honesty and constructive criticism. Failure to give authentic feedback blocks innovation and real progress. Needless to say, this strategy won’t help your company and it most certainly won’t help you elevate your career.

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In a culture saturated by superheroes, I recently started to wonder what made this genre so compelling – what about our collective and individual desires, fears and consciousness did this speak to? I think in part, many of us don’t feel particularly heroic or empowered. The real world is complicated and at times overwhelming – how…

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Harnessing the Benefits of a Beginner's Mindset

What’s a beginner’s mindset and how can you benefit from it? The cornerstone is approaching people and situations from a place of curiosity, openness and lack of preconceptions. By doing so, you are much more likely to both learn something new and grow, as well as have much deeper and more fulfilling experiences. Read More…

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