Conscious and Generative Leadership
The cost of conflict in the workplace can be very high. While conflict cannot be avoided, the approach to its solution makes all the difference. In this post, you learn to recognize which attitude and skills help to handle in a constructive way conflict in the workplace.
According to the report “Workplace Conflict and How Businesses Can Harness It to Thrive,” the following statistics demonstrate how pervasive conflict is in the workplace:
Imagine confronting the challenges you encounter at work with creativity instead of with stress. How would the quality of your productivity and happiness shift?
I spent a few days with Ananda Giri, a great spiritual teacher from One World Academy in India.
I had invited him to visit Colombia for a series of seminars and workshops, including with top executives of prominent companies.
I had met Ananda Giri through Tony Robbins and last year I had attended one of his intensive...
The numbers are troubling.
According to a study commissioned by CPP Inc. — publishers of the Myers-Briggs Assessment and the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument — U.S. employees spend 2.1 hours per week involved with conflict, which amounts to approximately $359 billion in paid hours (based on an average hourly earnings of $17.95), or the equivalent of 385 million working days.
According to the report “Workplace Conflict and How Businesses Can Harness It to...
Assertiveness is a trait of mature leaders. When lacking, people resort to passivity or aggressiveness. Instead, when leaders develop the quality of assertiveness, their performance, impact, and influence spreads, deepens and lasts.
When under pressure, are you uncomfortable exerting authority? Are you hesitant in making decisions? Are you somewhat reserved and low-key?
If you answer "yes," or "most of the time," then you are struggling with your level of confidence, and you wish you were...
If you want to succeed and enjoy peak performance, there are three pillars you need to develop. Let’s discover what they are so that you can assess how solid those pillars are in your life.
But first, let me tell you about a conversation I had a couple of days with one of the highest-ranking executive coaches in the world, John Mattone; an incredible human being and a visionary thought leader.
John has been coaching CEO and top executives around the world; Steve Jobs was...
To have a clear purpose is essential for the successful performance of an executive.
That is why at the beginning of a coaching process, I always help current and emerging leaders to formulate their purpose statement.
To have a big goal or a higher purpose doesn't coincide with having a massive profit as the driving motivation. Quite the contrary; to have a higher purpose refers to the meaningful contribution that a leader or an organization make to benefit the world.
In Drive: The...