The world is a complex, messy and crazy place. What are the skills you need to navigate that world?
What if there was a way, albeit with difficulty, to create a way for people to say “I don’t know and I need help” and then encouraging others to assist?
Developing your language around strengths may help you see more of them, both in yourself and others.
A good reading list is good to have.
Empathy is not sympathy. Empathy is hard work. Empathy is a vital part of leadership and building relationships.
There are advantages and disadvantages to having good and bad emotions.
Creating understanding means understanding what’s being said.
To navigate toxic behaviour, focus on what you’re trying to achieve and how you want to be.
Inclusive leadership involves acknowledging the person who shows up and keeps trying, even in the face of failure.