Category Affective Leadership
Old school leaders aspire to the belief that
“he who holds the knowledge, holds the power.”
The new paradigm is he who holds the knowledge,
and doesn’t share it, is probably guilty.
We would never consider a sporting event without goals, displaying confusing scoreboards or faceless time clocks. Instead feedback is immediate, concise, compelling, and consistently understood by everyone both in the game and on the sidelines.
In contrast, many work environments are inundated with ambigui...Read More
The biggest threat to nonprofits is not declining membership, meeting attendance or sponsorship.
It is not limitations in volunteers, time or money, but a shortage of “Creative Democracy”.
There are few things more daunting than trying to run a CREATIVE board meeting. Partisan politics, positioning, personal priorities and the occasional ego often bring progress to a standstill. It is easy to get caught up in the illusion that these are people problems.
These are not problems of ill int...Read More
7 steps you can take to make maximize the return on you most important investment.
Everything we perceive, “Our Reality” is first filtered through our emotions. When we are nervous, angry, stressed, depressed we only have access to those possibilities. Confronted with a threat we search our memories of previous experiences or similar situations...Read More
Shon Watkins is our “Chief Imaginator” his responsibility is to convert complex ideas into irresistible illustrations.
We have all experienced the life-changing energy of learning something that we absolutely know will change our culture forever, only to have the message fade away drowned out by too much to do and too little time.
The solution is to create a system that is:
3. Instantly recognizable
4. Universally understandable
5. Consistently renewing
Imagine a team not controlled by controversy, stressed by situations or distracted by discontent.
1-We are all overwhelmed by too much to do and too little time to think but what if being aware of why we think the way we think could change all that?
2-What if understanding our chemistry could truly set-us-free? Free from anger, resentment, guilt, and shame. Free from manipulation, indignation and utter stagnation.
3-What would it be like to work in an environment free of fear...Read More