As leaders, we are dealing with increasingly complex environments. Here are five disciplines of thinking and interaction that can help us learn to see the world in new ways and apply our insights to make sustainable positive change.
Whether you are working through a formal program or using more flexible self-paced approaches, it is easy to sink a lot of time and energy into learning. So here are five things you could be doing to make sure you get good value out of your personal development choices.
At Soji, human-centred design principles guide how we work with our clients. Over the years, we've found that certain ways of thinking can profoundly impact the quality of outcomes we achieve when collaborating on designs. Click here to read more about the mindset that support our work.
What can we learn about personal growth, creative collaboration and outstanding performance from the world of music?
Be a role model for vitality. Look after your health and energy while creating a team culture that supports healthy living.
Working remotely, there are less opportunities for unplanned conversations. Those “little moments” where we recognise people’s contributions, organically.
To find balance when working remotely, we need to be deliberate – to plan when we’ll do chores, parent, play, rest, and work.
Our work benefits when we connect people with diverse backgrounds and views.
We need to know where we’re going and why.
How can we create a balanced, healthy and sustainable approach to remote team working?