I was conducting a communication workshop with a long-term client last week. One of the participants admitted that “feedback” is a trigger word for them. Even hearing the word feedback created a trigger response to defend, deny or even just tune it out.
In the world of the humanized leader, effective communication, and expectation management guides teams toward success. The leader’s job is to navigate projects, deploy human capital and be clear how those humans succeed.
Calling all leaders! As the year waves goodbye, most leaders find themselves in some form of introspection and year-end review. This sets the stage for the team to not only wrap up the fiscal year, but also create conversations about the wins and challenges of both this year and next
Business moves fast and emotions can run high. Naturally, leaders play a key role in steering the emotional temperature of their organizations. Let’s look at the transformative concept of Reflective Emotional Leadership and how understanding past responses can guide future reactions.
Explore the transformative power of appreciative communication in the realm of Genius Leadership. Discover how practicing this art can elevate your leadership, enhance employee well-being, and foster a positive workplace culture.
In the hustle and bustle of our busy lives, it’s easy to forget the profound impact a simple ‘thank you’ can have. The urgency to express appreciation and gratitude struck me seven years ago, and it remains as relevant as ever, especially in the lives of driven and successful leaders like you (and me).
One of the Four Frameworks of The Humanized Leader System is Performance Leadership. Putting command and control to the side, this type of leader uses vision, communication, collaboration, and agreements to elicit high performance from their teams.
Discover the power of appreciative communication to enhance your leadership skills and foster a positive work environment. Learn how to uplift your team and drive success with this transformational approach.
Leadership Purpose: Learning to “Say What You See” Like Nathan The rise to a position of power often carries with it a hidden danger: the increasing presence of “yes men.” As leaders climb higher, they risk becoming isolated from authentic feedback, surrounded instead by those who merely nod in agreement. The true essence of leadership…
“Get out of your comfort zone” is sage advice for change leaders. But the comfort zone isn’t all bad – and can actually boost your ability to navigate change.