The Power of Obvious Questions

We highlight the power of asking “obvious” questions in the workplace and highlights how it can lead to valuable insights. Shahana explains that too many workplaces accept the status quo instead of questioning why things function the way they do. Through a scenario about overwhelming meetings, she illustrates the need to continually question existing paradigms for better organizational design and functionality. Asking sharper questions can inspire crucial changes, enhance work culture and overall productivity.

Horrific Corporate Jargons

A CEO loves using the phrase ‘sacred cows’ to motivate his team, unknowingly he is being quite offensive. This is just one of many corporate jargons, used all so often, that can unintentionally offend so many people – from religious groups, to vegans, pacifists, animal lovers, the differently abled and even younger generations who just can’t relate. It is yet another reminder of how important mindful leadership is.

Leadership Best Practices don’t make a great leader. But here’s what actually does.

The future of work demands mindful leaders, not just best practice followers. Effective leaders are those who authentically care, trust their team, and understand their impact. These leaders don’t just do things differently, they do different things altogether. It’s not about ticking boxes but making real connections and providing actual support. This authentic, purposeful leadership can be achieved through inner work, not just activities but meaningful outcomes. The discussion points out that Mindful leadership is the path to address the leaders’ burnout and the leadership challenge.

A powerful question to ask yourself

The post encourages mindful leadership, focusing on listening, fostering growth, caring for, fighting for, and celebrating team members. It highlights that leadership is about service, essential for future work success.

The growing impetus for a different kind of leader

A growing need for mindful leadership identifies the gap between leaders’ intent and impact. Embracing full human complexity is essential in workplace environments and is achieved through inner growth and authenticity, enabling teams to thrive.

Who am I in a crisis?

Who are you in a crisis? How do you show up? Are you a giver or taker, maze or a map, island or a bridge, rainbow or a cloud? Explore this and more with the ONLY question you need to ask yourself in 2020.

How to be an inclusive leader

Inclusion is about the Power of Collective Genius that fosters innovation, problem solving, and unlocks progress. It is having the power to drive positive change. You think you are inclusive, but are you? Here are 5 tips to start your journey to be an inclusive leader.

What is your Diversity Quotient?

We all believe we appreciate diversity and are inclusive. But are we really? The journey to Equality has to start with an honest look in the mirror. Join me in exploring our Diversity Quotient.

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