Is your 360 preventing you from doing a 180?
Self-report around performance and behavior is notoriously biased. Thus the 360; a "full circle" assessment that includes feedback from multiple angles. What are the advantages and pitfalls of 360 assessments? Read More
Power Causes Brain Damage. Beware Of The Hubris Syndrome.
Why do leaders in power seem to lose empathy and concern for others? The answer may lie in damage to the brain caused by being in a position of power, according to new research from UC Berkeley. Read More
Sharing Responsibility For Learning Outcomes
How do learning and development professionals recognize unhealthy drama, and replace it with compassionate accountability to share responsibility for learning outcomes? Read More
Four Counterproductive Myths About Conflict
Conflict has a bad rap. Just think of the word. Ask people the first things that come mind when they hear it, and they'll often say things like, "run away," "somebody gets hurt," "I hate it," "fighting," or "war." Regier confronts four unhelpful myths about about conflict. Read More
The Map Is Not The Terrain
When people rely too much on their models and systems to negotiate their world, they fail to recognize when it's not working and don't develop the skill to read the signs in the real world around them. Learn three guidelines for maximizing your models. Read More