Some of the behaviours we’ve been taught our entire lives are the exact behaviours that keep us from healthy conversations. Are you working towards goals that seem right, but are actually compromising your results?
Silence and violence aren’t personal flaws — they’re a result of biology. Here’s how to navigate your natural reactions to get the results you need:
In tough conversations, we often shut down or get angry — neither of which produces the results we actually need. Here’s a different approach:
The more we understand each other, the better decisions we make. If you want to your business to improve, employees to buy-in, and solutions to work, people must be comfortable sharing their insights. Here’s how to make healthy sharing possible:
Change is hard. But a support system makes it easier. If we want to make it easy for people to change, we need to rally the support of those who enable. We need the power of influence.
We’re all influenced by others. (We just don’t like to admit it.) Instead of ignoring social pressures, we need to harness its power. Here’s how.
It’s easy to forget how much power lies in social influence. We naturally influence each other all the time. So, how do we harness that influence to bring about organisational change? It starts with you.
I love moments of transition — the proverbial ‘forks in the road’ when we ask ourselves, “What do I want to do?” This is a big question for a lot…
Sometimes our colleagues disappoint us, bosses treat us unfairly, or spouses let us down. We know we need to have a conversation, but we don’t… Why?