Learn SEVEN secrets to changing mindset Secret 1 - The internal conflict you probably don't know you have Secret 2 - We all have hidden commitments Secret 3 - Security does not equal growth Secret 4 - Mindset is measurable Secret 5 - Systems thinking can unlock mindset Secret 6 - A unique synergy of … Continue reading The Secrets to Changing Mindset on-demand eWebinar
“"I chose you because of your unique style of teaching," he surprises me. "Teaching through open discussion?" I'm astonished. "Yes," he says categorically. "For this program I'm more and more convinced that that is the only prudent way. The students have the relevant day-to-day experience. Open debate, steering a group of people to develop the … Continue reading Critical Chain is a book on Leadership
"And your last observation highlights why Inherent Simplicity is so helpful. Inherent Simplicity recognizes that as we dive down, causes converge. Convergence means that each meaningful cause is responsible not for just one effect, but for more than one. Believing in Inherent Simplicity assures us that for any meaningful cause there are at least two … Continue reading Inherent simplicity opens the door to our hidden beliefs.
The reason most people want change is to get more satisfaction. The reason most people don't want to change is to maintain their security. When people feel pressure to change and they feel pressure not to change they resist change. That is not good for people who want to grow (and that is everyone!) There … Continue reading Did you know you can measure resistance to change?
This was a question put to me by a senior leader in one of the organisations I work with. It prompted me to do some thinking... Why do we focus on individual Leadership development in organisations? The answer is to improve the ability for individuals in Leadership positions to be more effective with people (people orientation). … Continue reading Have we gone too far with Leadership development?