Premise I am writing this blog during the corona virus pandemic. Governments around the world are struggling to lead the efforts of supporting their citizens in both staying safe and treating those that are infected, while most businesses are ducking their heads in the sand to protect the troves of profits they made since the
Why doesn’t anyone teach us that problems are unmet needs? What Are We Taught to Do? We are socialized to see problems as bad or things to solve asap. This makes us either avoid problems or say things such as “Don’t bring me problems, bring me solutions!”. This also makes us a bit scared
The magnificent compression machine illustrates the pressurized environment in which we work. Being aware of the specific pressures, we can change the ways we respond to them in order to affect positive transformation.
Have you asked yourself why meetings tend to take longer rather than shorter. Let us discover the main reasons and how we can overcome them.
Problems we face Below is a non exhaustive list of organizational and societal problems that we, as humans, have been faced with for centuries: conflict working in silos project delays corporations going bankrupt corporations doing what is not good for humans and or Nature racial issues equity gap gender gap generational gap And due to
Human-centric leading is a mindset and toolkit that can be used as an antidote to the people-related problems we face in organizations and society.