source: kmloh.com This past week, here in Sweden, our dark mornings were filled with saffron buns (lussebullar) and children walking in processions singing Saint Lucia. It is such a beautiful time of year and really fills the day with light when we need it the most. How do you fill your and others’ days with … Continue reading Lussebullar & the Culture Lab
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A good article by McKinsey & Company on managing our own biases.
If we’re honest, we know that the hardest person to lead is ourselves. That’s why it’s been said that the foundation of leadership is self-leadership. Let's work on that together! You are looking to develop your sense of self and fast-track your personal development. With a developed sense of Self-Leadership, you will become a positive … Continue reading #selfleadership
A big thanks to Mumtaz Integration, Magnus Berg and Mouddar Kouli for a great day on the topic of Intercultural Leadership. I loved the open discussions on various topics related to leading in a multi-cultural environment. It was especially rewarding to see everything through the lens of the current reality in Sweden. And we learned … Continue reading Intercultural Leadership
The benefits of #selfleadership are many. Everything from increased self-awareness to knowing what your personal purpose is. In my observation, this is key to achieving your own goals and making significant progress in your personal development. Sound interesting? Contact me today for a free 30-min consultation to learn more. Looking forward! http://tiny.cc/selfleadership
Forbes Magazine (Sept 2019) calls Emotional Intelligence 'a secret weapon for executives in the digital age.' The benefits of increased emotional intelligence are many: improved stress management, better decision making, stronger relationships and enhanced self-awareness and self-leadership. What do you know about your own emotional intelligence? Where are you strong and where would you like … Continue reading A Secret Weapon in the Digital Age
Last Fall when I attended the Agile Transformation Leadership course, I was introduced to the 'Teal' organization. I later read the book Re-Inventing Organizations (Laloux) trying to get a better grasp of the rainbow of organization types. Funnily, I kept thinking of my work with Ashoka Thailand and was wondering if they were a good … Continue reading Re-inventing Ashoka Germany
What do you think of when you hear the word ‘biases’? And what do you think of if you ask yourself what your own biases are? I think of beliefs that are rooted way down deep inside of so that I might not even be aware of them myself. I think of prejudice and perhaps … Continue reading Challenging Our Biases
My research into the topics of Self-Leadership and Ikigai continues and now I’ve read ‘Ikigai: Giving Every Day Meaning and Joy,’ by Yukari Mitsuhashi. This book has given me a very good understanding of what the concept of ikigai is all about. My questions beyond the basics, were about trying to understand what ikigai is … Continue reading More Ikigai