The Leader’s Toolkit is an exclusive weekly interview that I do with a leader, thinker, or best-selling author.In today’s 15 minute video, Charles unpacks the critical new mindsets leaders need to cultivate curiosity, tap into collective wisdom, embrace imperfection, tell compelling stories, and become more innovative problem-solvers in a rapidly changing world.
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Peter’s approach to leaders is a simple one and it’s all one we all heard before, yet we forget to practice it. In fact, the more senior we become inside of organizations the more we forget about this simple yet impactful rule.
Human relationships are complicated but at the very foundation of a good relationship is trust. It’s a powerful force that can bridge divides, unlock the potential of others, lead to amazing discoveries, and transform teams, organizations, and societies. Yet at the same time, when trust doesn’t exist, chaos reigns.
World’s Leading Expert On Managing Your Emotions Teaches You How To Go From Negative To Positive Thinking
Today’s subscriber only 15 minute video is with Thibaut Meurisse, author of the best-selling book Master Your Emotions. We all experience negative emotions, it’s a part of life. But sometimes these negative emotions can weigh on us so heavily that we can’t manage our relationships, our work, or our emotional health.
Today’s subscriber only video is all about self-awareness, specifically the technique that Benjamin Franklin used to practice.
In today’s episode, we discuss mentorship, emphasizing the unique role of the “validator” from Scott’s book “The Ultimate Guide to Great Mentorship.” This role isn’t about mere compliments but recognizing someone’s unique genius.
It’s clear why vulnerability is so important in our personal lives because it creates connection, trust, relationships, and simply put, it’s a human thing to do. But what about inside of our organizations where we have a very different dynamic at play?
Today’s leadership hack comes from Barbara Humpton, CEO of Siemens U.S., a 160 year old technology and infrastructure company with over 45,000 employees. Barbara has always believed in being able to take care of herself so that she can in turn take care of others.
What Happened To The “Whistle While You Work” Mentality Inside Of Our Organizations? Is Working Hard Dead?
What does it mean to work hard? It can be a subjective criteria but I think there are a 5 common themes we can identify.
One of the best ways that an author like me sells books is via my community or list, aka you reading this post right now. If you’re just hearing about this for the first time, my new book is based on over 100 CEO interviews and a survey of 14,000 employees and it takes the “fluff” out of vulnerability.