Like stories, leadership research invites one’s lived experiences to the table.
I hope these snippets of research evoke curiosity, ignite consciousness, and even lead to change.
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Informal learning is foundational for humans to flourish. Reading through will offer a new perspective on the notion that learning is everywhere.
Reflexivity isn’t a common word in our daily leadership language – but the impact of this learning is transformative. Read through to learn about reflexive learning and its similarities and differences to reflection.
Learning is an ethical activity. Read about the ethics of the triangular relationship between the sponsor organization, the coachee, and the coach.
We can all work to be better by understanding the challenges of implementing multicultural leadership practices. In this post, three are highlighted.
A snippet of research sharing why talking out loud works.
Revealing, a found poem, shares the importance of being conscious of our lived experiences and how they operate in our leadership and learning roles.
95% think they are self-aware, but only 10-15% are (Jatzabski, 2020). Learn what self-awareness is, what happens when there is a lack of self-awareness and the key to developing it.
Curiosity moves us forward – always. Curiosity generates open, honest, non-judgmental conversations, inspiring new thoughts and, ultimately, new behaviours.
Ways to mitigate resistance to change and some research behind acceptance to create productivity and forward action.