by Endre Voros Growth. Change. Transformation. Business Acceleration. In our quest for the above, we are all chasing the three essential secrets listed below: (1) How to really engage the end user, consumer/customer; (2) How to build teams and companies that can deliver experiences that drive profit and revenue; and (3) How to create cultures that maintain the health of the … Continue reading Organizational Change & Transformation is Archetypal
There are two types of change: change that you influence and change that influences you. One has the elements of volition and a sense of control. Our egos love being validated, seated squarely in the driver’s seat. The other implies a sense of loss of the familiar and maybe even victimization or disillusionment. Our egos never like being strapped in the back, restrained in a car seat with a plastic binky shoved in our mouths silencing our restless dissent.
I knew the physics of change: to every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. The more we tried to do the greater the resistance from the team and the complexity of the organization would be.
by Stephen Sloan What were they thinking? We’ve likely all asked this question in frustration, hand to forehead. I was often mystified until I saw this question’s huge built-in assumption – that they were thinking at all before they acted. Is it possible that often in the rational world of work we are acting … Continue reading Empathy Gaps: A New Image of Empathetic Leadership
A true Conscience is an intrinsic aspect of our being; it needs no reinforcement. I think that a true Conscience, in a sense, has its own life. That is, it appears as needed, organically, in the moment. It can appear as the butterflies in your stomach, the skip in your pulse, the inner sense of knowing.
By Bobby Barzi - Pathwise Contributor I remember sitting in my first manager’s office after a botched attempt at an ad campaign proposal. I was 22 and an eager beaver at my first “real” job looking to please and advance rapidly. In my eagerness, I was absorbed with crossing the finish line– putting far more … Continue reading Do Unto Others…
“One can choose to go back toward safety or forward toward growth. Growth must be chosen again and again; fear must be overcome again and again.”