I caution everyone to reflect on whether what you are doing will actually improve yourself, or just keep you endlessly chasing a pot at the end of a rainbow.
Resolving conflict, of whatever kind, simply involves a switch in intent. I will explore what this means practically with my 5 steps to conflict resolution.
We have two broad ways of using our attention. The one is expressed in the statement, “He’s looking at me” and the other one is expressed in the statement, “He’s listening to me.”
We believe that in order to effectively lead others, you need to be in charge of your own life. It is this simple yet profound concept that sits behind our Personal Excellence Programme.
Benevolence is about a whole lot more than just being nice. People can only be dismissive of being here to give if they do not understand the complex nexus of character traits and feelings associated with it.
In the Broadest sense, there are two kinds of people, or perhaps better, two “ways of being”. Competitive or Cooperative.
Growth is, of course, an essential part of effective leadership. Part of the work that I do is helping people understand growth in a work environment.
My dream as an educator is to facilitate the growth of strong, noble hearts and inquisitive, sharp minds. Of upmost importance for this is working on my intent.
Good governance brings out the best in people. This means cultivating people who are here to serve or make a contribution.
Self-help books try to help you succeed at pursuing goals. But there is something they leave out.