There is no silver bullet. Yet, a lot of time, energy, and resources are regularly invested in attempts to find a silver bullet anyway, instead of doing the consistent, hard, generous work that changing complex systems often demands.
Leadership can be a loaded word. Perhaps you’re part of a flat organization trying to democratize your team. Maybe you […]
The world has changed dramatically in just a few weeks, and so has business – both for you and your customers as you navigate the unexpected.
Businesses are having to think about their sales process differently so they can earn their customers’ trust and build upon the trust they’ve already earned with their clients.
So how can your business successfully adapt its sales strategy to be there for your customers now in a way they won’t forget?
As the pandemic has spread, I’ve observed something else spread across my home and native land and beyond: caremongering. This is a movement of kindness and good deeds, of community members taking care of one another. It’s a perfect example of the Third Facet of Trust-Centered Leadership, Caring, in action.
Trust is transformative. High trust contexts enable us to show up as our best selves and to do our best work. We need leaders like you to help create these contexts.
As we move forward in these uncertain times, we want to best help leaders and organizations move up to a Trust-Centered Leadership posture that will help us take care of one another, which is more important than ever. To that end, we’ve made some updates to our Remote Meetings FTW! Superclass offering. Read more.
With conventions, conferences, and school classes being cancelledand postponed due to fears over the novel coronavirus SARS CoV-2, manyare scrambling […]
Meetings don’t have to suck, especially remote ones. Learn tried-and-tested, practical, trust-centered skills and processes to level-up your remote facilitation game for virtual meetings and workshops.
“Watch their hips.”
If you’ve played team sports, you’re probably familiar with this defensive tip. The player you’re defending can fake with their feet, eyes, hands, and the ball…or puck, or disc – take your pick.