“Pessimism can hold us back in any context of life; pessimists don’t start things that are a little challenging and if they do start, are more likely to give up. Optimists start challenging things and often success. We can learn here how to move from pessimism to optimism”. @drangusmcleod Video is copyright AngusMcLeod, 2021.
In cooperation with Gnowbe.com Angus McLeod has produced digital learning apps including a portfolio of apps under the umbrella titles: ‘Coaching for Leaders’.
These apps have high participative levels/retention and high certification/completion levels. They upskill international workers with leader-skills based upon leader and coaching skills for leveraging their work-based skills immediately. Supported by cohort-based social media on the Gnowbe platform itself, learners are able to share real-time across all time zones, helping to create new behaviors and a common vernacular upon which teams build their leveraging talent for productive team-work across continents. Continue reading Coaching for Leaders – Digital Apps
Exquisite Listening is at the heart of facilitating high performance in others. Listening is a key quality of leaders who mark themselves apart from managers who may dominate by directing.
When we listen well, we learn more about a person, about both their competences (practical and thinking styles) and about their motivations and de-motivations. We also learn how to influence them more effectively. Our influencing can then both inspire them to achieve at new levels but also to achieve with wellbeing, even when the demands we make, are over sustained periods.
A number of factors get in the way – awareness of these factors is a good place to start, so that strengths can be acknowledged and so gaps can be self-managed. The pathway to producing greater personal performance and satisfaction is then on track.
Human at Work web-posts have been running here since 2011. But does Humanity at Work also bring corporate success? Let’s see how it can make that difference in performance. Continue reading HUMANITY at WORK
Emotional Intelligence (EI) has been a key element of our change work with organisations for a long time. EI is important as a change model because it underpins the absolutely critical need for development feedback between colleagues at work. We have now taken a significant step forward in offering specific EI courses with the addition of Dr. Rajeev Gupta to the team. Continue reading Emotional Intelligence
Judgements In Management & Coaching, Good or Bad?!
Judgements have their uses. Especially when you want polarity, the ‘yes’/’no’ options for an answer. For example, Judgement in logical decision-making or Project Management contribute massively to success. But do they always? No. So why do I celebrate Einstein as a genius of ‘letting go judgement’ in order to find brilliant solutions? Find out here. Continue reading Judgements