A posture of humility, an eye for nuance and an ability to transfer are the 3 key elements of deep thinking that will equip us to navigate this digital age.
If business leaders empower their scattered team, then we are guaranteed to see the most unique of innovations spring from the most unique of times.
Putting up a fight against these three enemies of tenacity is a good sign you’re on your way to developing a healthy and productive level of it.
Re:Imagine is a short course designed to help Christian business and enterprise leaders navigate their way out of the current COVID season with confidence.
One of the biggest enemies of momentum is monotony, and right now it feels like we are all participating in a modern, viral version of Groundhog Day.
We are living in times of unprecedented change, Australians are responding to these and the impact they have on how they work and learn.
Instead of seeing ourselves as victims, we can position ourselves as leaders of our own lives in this unprecedented time and lean in to change.
While significantly changing your business in the face of crisis can open up opportunities for maintaining momentum, business leaders must tread carefully.
When working from home, it really helps to have a signal or sign that tells others you live with, “I’m working and not available for any interruptions”.
‘Getting back to basics’ is a critical first step to take when crisis hits.This can be done by examining two crucial elements in your organisation DNA.