A great article on leading through Covid. Focusing on – adaptive capacity – resilience – trust https://sloanreview.mit.edu/article/leading-through-covid-19/
3 tips for creating change (from Dr. Bronwyn King) 1. Assume people with different views are coming from a good place. Put all frustration and anger to the side. Be patient and be kind. Concentrate on what you do have in common and go from there. Most importantly – keep talking. 2. Change does not […]
I’m a big fan of ‘integrative thinking’ – seeing beyond boundaries, finding the connections between people/issues, dreaming up the paradigm shifting ‘Both/And.’ May we all discover the power of bringing all the seemingly conflicting pieces into a brilliant WHOLE.
In times that call for fresh thinking & solutions – we definitely need more ‘outside of the box’ perspectives. Shake things up! Look from upside down or inside out. Learn about something way out of your comfort zone. Talk to someone very different from yourself. Wonder, not worry. You get the idea!
For all of you who are working MORE not less (blurry boundaries) in the time of COVID. https://memory.ai/timely-blog/why-true-productivity-requires-downtime
Do you ever feel ugly? Uncomfortable in your skin? Does it keep you from truly connecting with the world? Watch this video from Byron Katie – the guru of letting go of limiting thoughts. https://thework.com/en/video/do-you-struggle-to-internalize-turnarounds#video
Marvelous article on how to ‘work smarter not harder.’ This Is How To “Work Smarter Not Harder”: 3 Secrets From Research
An amazing short article by the Dilbert cartoonist – Scott Adams – on a different approach to achieving your goals. The idea of creating ‘systems’ instead of just simple goals. https://blog.dilbert.com/post/102964992706/goals-vs-systems?utm_campaign=Intelligent+Tuesday+-+9%2F5%2F17+-+images+%28H7Cmg8%29&utm_medium=email&_ke=YW15a0BhbXlrY29hY2hpbmcuY29t&utm_source=Intelligent+Change+Master+KL
Four great tips to help with soul-sucking business meetings! Super simple, but it makes all the difference. – invite fewer people – slash the length of the meeting – don’t have agenda items, but agenda questions/outcome – at the end, a minute for ‘how to improve our next mtg’ https://boxofcrayons.com/…/07/four-ways-to-improve-a-meeting/