Why should we care about Culture? Why should we create an environment where people share the same values and beliefs? What is Culture really? How does it fit into an organization?
My boo wants to get a haircut and he doesn’t want to go to the usual place he goes at the mall. “It is too expensive there and it’s not worth the wait,” he says. Little did we know that our adventure to a new barber teaches us something of value.
What is it about me that holding myself back? Who am I being that hinder me to become the person that I am?
A lot of times, we don’t realize that we are the ones who are holding ourselves back. And as a leader, what is the biggest challenge we face in this?
Even though Culture has become more and more the talk of leaders and corporations, in essence, leaders are still having a challenge in correlating culture with the bottom line. Maybe this can help.
Another #conversationwithleaders. I ask her what’s her secret of achieving at least 150% performance each year. Pay attention to her answer.
As leaders, this makes up for a beautiful challenge and opportunity. Can we inspire and motivate the new generations?
I often ask leaders to share about their failures but most can’t even come up with one. The irony, what I learn more and more is that, the more human we are — where we can share our vulnerabilities — the more people can relate with us. The more they trust us.
When we talk about opportunities, what do we really mean by that? People always say that there are opportunities in this world, but how come many of us can’t seem to see or go for it?