Lessons from Ron Heifetz adn Don Laurie's classic article, "The Work of Leadership" are relevant to any of us navigating change.
Confidence is there already, what most of us need to learn is how to stop undermining it.
We have have a strong intuition that serves us well. However, we hardly ever catch our own biases.
Great leadership has both warmth and strength. To influence, start with the warmth.
It turns out the stress is not so bad for you as long as you dont think it is bad for you. New research on stress shakes up our old ideas that stress is always bad.
Edgar Schein is an acclaimed writer and MIT professor. His most recent book is entitled Humble Inquiry. How do we move from telling to asking questions - a key skill in fast moving times.
Humility is a virtue of the wise. It provides perpective and an openness to learn.
Finding the wisdom to deal with what shows up and letting go of how it is supposed to be.
How we do get comfortable "letting our light shine"? What keeps us playing small?