One of the most common disappointments in people is seeing their leaders being nice, no matter what. #ExtremeEndurance
As humans we understand anger & frustration better.
“What if the other person isn’t genuine or fair?“
As an #entrepreneur, I am an optimist — not underestimating any moment.
Reframing pain as a request for more meaningful work.
“Knowing you’re walking into fire, why would you do this over & over?”
Honestly, I don’t know.
I choose to believe — walking into fire, ready for a burn is everything.
When I do that over & over, I realize the fire is me. …
Agility starts with the self and can get better with peer harmony. To thrive in a culture of inspired agility, what attitudes do we need to hire for?
We are living in times, that demand self discipline of individuals to operate in an agile environment, committing to:
Here are 6 signs to observe during an interview, indicating readiness for agility — specifically self management and peer harmony. …
In an Agile world, that demands delivering the new in the now — can teams be agile to the speed of thought?
Employee satisfaction over a journey (of value exchange), can be observed as a continuous stream of signals observed over time, which at any given point in time — represents a fusion of multiple aspects of self and peer leadership culminating into “Agility” in the moment.
Relationship with oneself and peers, at work at any given point, can be broadly assessed by observing the level of shared trust, safety, transparency, value exchange, empathy & agility.
An agile team employs self management (to lead oneself) & peer harmony (to lead others) that is often revealed in how it sustains an orchestrated symphony of team work to deliver value, demanding agility in the moment. …