The Authentic Leader’s Secret Weapon: Emotional Motives
Persons who identify, disclose, and experience emotional motives can engage in healthy problem-solving, transparent relationships, and effective resolution of problems. Leaders who master this art can develop deeper levels of authenticity. Read More
Locus Of Motivation And Leadership: What Kind of President Do You Want?
Locus of goal motivation can’t predict the what a person’s goals are (you’ll have to listen to the candidates to find that out), but it can tell you a lot about how they will behave in the future. What are the bright, and dark sides of type of motivation? Read More
Power Struggles, Negative Contact, and Police Brutality
Those who find themselves in frequent power struggles with Rebels would be wise to recognize this simple fact: In distress Rebels don't care if they get hurt, as long as you do too. If it comes down to a show of force, you are most likely to lose because they simply don't care about consequences. Read More
Want Unlimited Vacation? First Get Your Culture Right.
LinkedIn is the latest employer to offer their employees unlimited vacation. At Next Element we have an unlimited vacation policy, and we've learned that for it to work, several conditions must be present in our work culture. Read More
How Do Positive And Negative Interactions Change Your Brain?
Brain research looking at what happens in a person’s brain following positive and negative interactions illustrates why it’s so critical for each of us, especially leaders, to be mindful about the nature of our interactions, regardless of the topic being discussed. Read More
Pay It Forward: Are You Open To The Reward?
I get the concept of pay it forward and I’ve seen the movie. This time I experienced it first hand and was on the receiving end of the equation. Read More
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