Cultural awareness is important, but in front of a global audience, learning professionals need to do more than establish rapport, show credibility and create trust.
When it’s OK to be weird, our brains stop filtering, and we have more freedom to explore ideas and solutions, thereby fostering more creative insights and “Aha!” moments.
Resilience is a hard skill that will help people deal individually and collectively with the challenges they face now and down the road.
Leaders are always important in change, but in reboarding, we have unique and challenging roles. We need to blaze new trails, draw new maps and find ways to inspire our colleagues to join us on the journey.
The success of awareness-focused coaching depends on the coach’s ability to quickly make others feel safe enough to partner in this exploration.
You may have tried everything to foster diversity, equity and inclusion in your workplace, but what actually works? One answer is investing in and nurturing a coaching culture.