Based on the book Negotiating the Nonnegotiable Psychology professor and negotiations expert Daniel Shapiro explains that emotional conflicts threaten your identity, so that is where you must look to solve them. To heal conflict, he says, look for the “transcendent unity” that will help you go beyond your core identity and connect with the other person. Shapiro advises that instead of dealing with…
Everyone who is leading under pressure needs to prioritize health, implement treatment as necessary, and improve lifestyle strategies. Can we truly and effectively sustain ‘perfect’ attention, concentration and physical response times after extenuating days? The simple answer is: NO!
No simple rules dictate which violated expectations are trivial, which are consequential and which you should deal with. The most important 10 minutes of your day are those you spend doing something to boost the people you work with. When we approach an accountability discussion, it’s important to know that we must work on ourselves first.
Our management practice still lack by 30 years.
And that’s a long time to be left behind.
The ancient Greeks were the first to study the art of communication 2,500 years ago. It is only now, with recent breakthroughs in neuroscience, that we can say for sure what works and how. In Winning Minds, top speechwriter Simon Lancaster blends ancient rhetoric and neuroscience to create the definitive guide to the Language of Leadership.
In all honesty, Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio, is one of my all-time favorite books. Some might think that it is a boring reading, too long, or even repetitive, it is still awesome.
Leaders will need five “new leadership literacies”-
One: They will need to see 10 years into the future, and tell compelling, inspiring future stories.
Two: Leaders must stretch their use of technology.
Three: They will need to lead decentralized, “shape-shifting” organizations where decisions gravitate to the periphery.
Four: Leaders must lead effectively when not physically present.
Five: They will need to project positivity and mental and physical fitness.
We have talked about leadership before, for example, my favourite book review and notes on leadership “Start with Why by Simon Sinek”, “Principle by Ray Dalio”, “Leading Beyond Ego by John Knight,” and “The 8th Habit by Stephen R. Covey”.
Sharpen the saw. Don’t work yourself to death. …
Be proactive. …
Begin with an end in mind. …
Put first things first. …
Think win-win. …
Seek first to understand, then to be understood. …
rt with why content works regardless of size or industry, great leaders know the reasons that they do whatever they do — their WHY. They follow their passion and have a vision they can articulate.