The ability for leaders and organisations to create and maintain an authentic human connection will play a critical role in whether organisations either thrive or survive in this increasingly VUCA business environment and leaders must navigate the complexities of our workforce with confidence and vision.
Changing business processes creates new organisational rituals, which leads to a changed culture. The exciting result of this approach is to create the ultimate, self-perpetuating business process design.
The speed of new technology disruption seems to be accelerating. Studies have predicted that as many as 375 million jobs may be at risk to automation by 2030. Against this backdrop, you might expect growing enthusiasm to invest in new skills. So why are we not seeing a rush from established professions to become more technology savvy?
Busting the following myths:
Myth 1: There is nothing I can do because the world is so stressful.
Myth 2: Guilt and regret are the same thing.
Myth 3: Depression is a chemical imbalance.
Myth 4: Boredom isn’t that big a problem.
Myth 5: Self-Esteem is all about loving yourself.
Being open and vulnerable can help leaders and their teams remove their masks and reveal their true selves. It also encourages everyone to become more self-aware of their strengths and areas they could adjust, which in turn can lay the groundwork for new learnings by setting goals—but not just any goals.
The governments—central and states—as well as society, particularly influencers, literary figures and religious leaders must come forward and actively work on closing yawning gaps between ‘haves and have nots’ of the country, indeed worldwide, before we reach a point when the oppressed ones just cannot tolerate the discrimination any longer.
Reactive thinking is one of the many dysfunctional symptoms of our often chronically imbalanced corporate cultures in which doing eclipses being, the left brain dominates the right brain, and sensing, feeling, intuiting, and the transpersonal are relegated to the outer fringes of life.
Busting the following myths:
MYTH 1: You need to feel inspired in order to be creative.
MYTH 2: Success breeds success.
MYTH 3: Consuming a large quantity of information makes us well-informed.
MYTH 4: A leader sits at the top of the pyramid.
MYTH 5: Success is an external measure of career, status, or wealth.
Generative AI can help all of us to be more connected, clear, concise, and confident in our communication. By partnering with AI in our preparation and practice, we can better help our audiences to understand, remember, and act on our communication.
Foundational to the next era of sustainable performance decision-making will be the creation of value for all stakeholders across the entire value chain. If we get it right, we will enjoy free energy; land and oceans will be revived and become productive; and food and clean water will be abundant for all