Our ability to consciously manage our emotional response to a setback and transform the negative emotions we feel into more positive ones is called cognitive reappraisal.
Leaders must develop the ability to train and coach their team members on the behaviors required to survive and thrive in the face of stress, pressure and continual change.
As adult learners, the IKEA effect can prevent us from thinking rationally and making effective decisions, and it can also hinder learning.
Executive and leadership teams spend countless hours crafting strategic plans but often short-change the time needed to ensure successful execution. At the heart of the breakdown is poor communication. Bottom line: They aren’t “bought in.”
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The leadership mindset does not lend itself to preparedness in the ordinary world of lists and notes. Rather, it falls into its own realm of a mental preparedness needed to take on the risk of leading change.
Understanding our personal lens on how organizations work (our organization mindset) and adjusting our thinking will change our behavioral approach so we can become more effective in leading for high performance in our organizations and teams.
Our mindsets are the lenses that shape how we see and interpret the world, which influences the quality and effectiveness of our cognitive processing, decision-making and behaviors, but few people are able to identify specific mindsets that drive success.
Conferences and training tend to focus on adding knowledge, but in truth, learning doesn’t need to be a constant build. Sometimes, we need to go backward to truly move forward.