Posts Tagged ‘Change’
November – Assess. Simplify. Focus.
With the new year almost visible on the horizon, time has already started to speed up as this year brings itself to a close. It’s not that long since we were preparing to welcome a new decade, and now here comes 2023. Rather than allowing ourselves to be carried away by the speed of the…Read More
Handling Change, Assuaging Self-Doubt
Over the past few years, we’ve weathered several cycles that have caused us to reconsider whether we’re happy, whether life is working for us and what we’d like it to look like. The mental shift of reconsidering causes stress and discomfort when we first realise that we’re not comfortable with the status quo, even before…Read More
The Leadership of Guiding Change
Guiding change is described as managing, mobilizing, understanding, and leading change. It includes knowing how to mitigate consequences, overcome resistance to change, and deal with the reactions that team members may have to that change. Leadership itself IS all about change, not status quo – and guiding change takes some particular insight and care. “They”…Read More
How To Navigate the Disorienting Monotony of Uncertainty
There is a phenomenon responsible for many aircraft accidents over the decades known as Visual Illusion. It’s long been recognised that visual illusions can disorientate pilots or give rise to them not recognising their proximity to the ground, and it’s therefore a subject well covered in our training and guarded against by the consistent cross-checking of…Read More
Is What You’re Doing Working for You?
Agility. Agility is the ability to move quickly and easily, or the ability to think and understand quickly. Agility has become a buzz word when it comes to leadership and it’s one of the most sort after traits considering the speed of change in today’s world. Being able to look at what’s in front of…Read More
Six Differences Between Change and Innovation
Change and innovation are not synonyms, but unfortunately these terms are mistakenly used in practice by professionals and business leaders as if they are the same. By doing so, it creates just more confusion and uncertainty about which way to go. Simply because the essence, the process and outcomes of change and innovation are fundamentally…Read More