You may have read books and even feel personally convicted that your company needs to work towards a high level of organizational health. But how can you know if your organization is healthy? What are the right areas to target for greater long-term sustainability and agility?
Imagine a football team huddling at the start of the game, shouting out a cheer, and then never interacting again until the half time. In many ways, a lot of executive teams work this way.
If you haven’t got on the Vulnerability train yet, you’re stuck in the station.
The ability to connect on a personal level is arguably the single most impactful leadership skill. Why are results-oriented leaders so bad at this?
Why don’t we say what we’re thinking when we’re in the middle of a team meeting? There are lots of reasons. But none of them are good ones.
The vast majority of today’s senior leaders have arrived where they are by seeming invincible. They control, criticize, and intimidate—and they equate vulnerability with weakness. It turns out that’s just stinkin’ thinkin’.