So many of us daily encounter that truth is not being heard. We as leaders need to build a culture of truth. How do we do that? Lead your people with questions, not with answers. Freely engage in dialog and have debates, don’t force anybody. When something dies, conduct an autopsy together and do not blame anybody. Implement a culture where people can raise red flags. You will notice that where truth is heard, freedom arises!
Leaders, concerned more with their own reputation for personal greatness, often fail to set the company up for success in the next generation. – Jim Collins (adapted) LYDIA Connect says this world is in a leadership crisis: many of today’s leaders care more about themselves and their image than about those who follow them. Our TL-training addresses this crisis. This unique training empowers mutual relationships and removes constraints, resulting in clear goals and better performance. Explore for yourselves! Read more
Often we are so in the moment that we cannot really see what is going on, especially when under pressure. That is why we advise you to keep asking for honest feedback from your team, peers and leaders to keep improving. Not all feedback may be true, but all feedback is relevant! You have to see it (knowledge), in order to own it (attitude) and then you can change it (behaviour)! All change starts with seeing it! Even stronger…, no