Psychological Safety at Work

Psychological Safety at Work

“Psychological Safety is the key to creating a workspace where people can be confident enough to act without undue fear of being ridiculed, punished or fired – and be humble enough to openly doubt what is believed and done”– Robert I. Sutton A psychologically safe...
The Precious Gift of Listening with Kindness

The Precious Gift of Listening with Kindness

Two months ago after several hours of flying, I arrived at my destination a bit exhausted. A nice-looking, professional, and proactive driver was sent to pick me up and take me to my hotel. As the manager of the hotel checked me in, we started a conversation. I was...
The Art of Positive Assumptions

The Art of Positive Assumptions

We are not WHO we are. We are not WHO we think we are. We are not WHO others think we are. We are WHO we THINK others THINK we are.” I read this in a magazine a long time ago, and although this might not always be the case, I found it at work in my own life, and...
Intentional Listening

Intentional Listening

Have you ever set up a meeting, or interview where the whole purpose is for you to listen, no agenda from your side, no questions, or deliberate outcomes….just to listen?  What would be the possibilities of doing such a thing? Many experience those meetings where...
The Ultimate Leadership Superpower

The Ultimate Leadership Superpower

We all possess a Superpower, perhaps disguised as a talent or a gift. Think of Novak Djokovic and his tennis prowess, or Beyoncé’s enchanting voice. These apparent Superpowers, though captivating, often veil the true Superpower lying beneath - attributes like...