Why Understanding Belief Systems is Critical for Leadership
APRIL 2, 2012
This was a reflection of his belief system, not a universal truth, and my business partner (a strong, successful and financially independent woman) told him so. She told him very respectfully that she has a different belief system. Being Open to Other Belief Systems.
Are You Anchored In Your Convictions?
JANUARY 22, 2016
Whenever I’d hear them spout off their beliefs, I secretly waited to hear them switch beliefs tomorrow. These friends were never anchored in their beliefs. The constantly changing beliefs made it hard for me to trust what they said.
The “It’s Not You It’s Me” of Leadership
APRIL 12, 2012
What this means in simple terms is if I judge you in some way, my judgment is about me – a reflection of my belief systems and even of where I am “at” in my life – and not about you. Will you judge others who have a different belief system than you do?
Your Belief System–Is It Rock Solid?
SEPTEMBER 23, 2013
by Gary Cohen Is your belief system–which is formed on the conditions, environment, and experiences you have had since you were born–rock solid? Belief System in Development. But it is important for us to question our own beliefs.
Why Death of the Old Self is Critical to Leadership
OCTOBER 29, 2012
What gets in our way includes layers of old belief systems that we adopted from others that were never ours to begin with, or emotions like jealousy and feelings of insecurity that we picked up along the way from others who are plagued with them, and strapped onto our backs.
The Role of Workplace Optimism in Building Trust
Lead Change Blog
JULY 9, 2014
Workplace optimism is not a viewpoint or belief system. Without trust extraordinary results aren’t possible. Without trust and extraordinary results workplace optimism is absent. Without workplace optimism talented people stay away from or leave companies. What’s left? Mediocre results, missed goals and unhappy people. It’s a cultural vibe that influences a positive work experience. [.] Author information Shawn Murphy Founder, Principal Consultant at Achieved Strategies.
Vision, mission and values
SEPTEMBER 19, 2016
Your values are your belief system. Sometimes we can be too clever and in the process lose sight of what it is we are trying to achieve. Such is the case with vision, mission and values statements.
What Type of Leadership Personality Do You Have?
Lead Change Blog
MAY 11, 2012
Posted in Leadership Development Self Leadership Self-leadership depends upon your personality type If your innate personality and belief system does not comply with the leadership style you choose, your results will be less than desired. You will come across as being phony, hard to communicate with and will be uncomfortable in your own skin. To succeed, choose a leadership style that [.]. Leadership Development Self Leadership Leadership Leadership Personality self-leadership
Diversity, Group Think and Few Ideas
OCTOBER 16, 2011
They have a fortified belief system about how things should be done in the team. Group dynamics in a team is a strong force. People on the team are used to work in a certain way. They always encounter/expect some specific/known behaviors from their colleagues. There is a specific way of communication and often the
From Prostitutes and Drug Addicts
DECEMBER 19, 2016
The Guardian : Chris Arnade finds some unexpected challenges to his belief system
Being a Responsible Leader
MARCH 10, 2015
A clear and established values and belief system also helps to smooth out irrational swings of behavior.” To be a responsible leader is to step forward into the space and the moment with an ‘I can and I will’ mindset to impact situations and systems for the greater good.” * * * Like us on Facebook for additional leadership and personal development ideas. * * *. There has always been a call for responsible leaders, but perhaps we just hear the call more clearly today.
The price is… er, ah, the price is ah…
MAY 9, 2016
But the main reason salespeople get nervous about fee is that their belief system is weak. When belief is weak, price is a bigger barrier to the salesperson than it is to the customer. Your belief in what you sell is evident to the prospective buyer whether present or absent.
Is There a Life after Death?
AUGUST 24, 2016
For actions to happen, your belief systems play a significant part.
The grass is always greener on the other side of the job. Or is it?
MAY 2, 2016
Here’s your self “why” test: Belief system failing in product – you don’t think your product is really better than the competition’s. Belief system failing in company – you’ve lost faith in the company’s ability to perform. Hate your job?
APRIL 1, 2015
Together, these factors--governed by both our nature and the nurturing we receive--help shape the belief system and moral habits that form our character, and in turn, trigger the habitual behaviors that express it. By uncovering how (and if) the CEO understands his or her life story, this study reveals how these leaders'' life journeys shaped their moral beliefs and worldviews, and how those factors then influenced their guiding principles and character habits as leaders.
Pushing Past Your Limits
AUGUST 2, 2013
But what if you are limiting yourself with either your belief system or your biological system? by Gary Cohen. You have your limits. You believe you know what they are, and you likely adhere to them.
Friday Five: The Art of Intentional Leadership
SEPTEMBER 1, 2016
I love it when I read strong argumentation that alters my own belief system and offers a contrarian perspective on things I already believed in.
Work with Who Your People Are, Not Who You’d Like Them to Be
Great Leadership By Dan
MARCH 12, 2015
In other words, rather than leaning on traditional tools like motivation and discipline, leaders must learn to embrace process and systems design that create a bias towards success.
The Secret of Leaders Who Are Ahead of Their Time
APRIL 1, 2014
” I believe this premise wholeheartedly – that relationships are the foundation of business, not just between introverts and extroverts – which is why I never understood some people’s belief that emotions should never be part of business.
Girls are Smarter than Boys, but do we Feel Worthy as Women?
JULY 23, 2012
Instead, I wish to raise the question of whether women (in general, particularly women in business) experience a deficiency of belief in our own worthiness , and if this may be a large part of what is holding women back from C-Suite assignments.
064: 5 Principles of Ultimate Influence: Turning Adversaries into Allies | with Bob Burg
NOVEMBER 21, 2013
Great influencers — whether CEOs, entrepreneurs, sales professionals, clergy, parents, teachers, etc. seem to have a knack for getting the results they want from people, but in a way that everyone is happy. And, these leaders are persuasive in the most positive and benevolent sense of the word.
6 Internal Sources Of Strength For Leaders To Develop
JUNE 23, 2015
But too often, leaders focus so much on external factors that they neglect (or completely ignore) their internal resources: their attitudes, perspectives, motivation, and beliefs that make up their true selves. The following is a guest piece by Dr. Nancy D. O’Reilly, PsyD.
Three Strategies for the Sales Organizations of Fast Growth Companies
APRIL 28, 2016
Instead, they need to coach and mentor the rep to adopt the proper belief system to sell better. After working with countless fast growth companies in numerous industries, some obvious patterns have emerged as the senior leaders are trying to scale their sales organizations quickly. The issues typically appear in three specific areas: their choice in sales leadership, hiring standards for the salespeople, and how they coach and hold the salespeople accountable.
Leadership Tip: If you could only hear yourself
SEPTEMBER 15, 2011
They give lip service to the changing world environment, but they haven’t fully incorporated these changes into their belief system. If you sense a disconnect between your belief system and the way the organization’s heading, don’t wait until you get push-back. I have the opportunity as an executive coach to sit in on different conferences around the world.
8 Leadership Podcasts I Listen To
SEPTEMBER 14, 2015
On his show, he brings on entrepreneurs who have a Christian belief system. G reat leaders are constantly looking to increase their knowledge. They know the more they know (and apply), the more effectively they’ll lead.
Why Self-Love is the Root of Strong Leadership
FEBRUARY 12, 2014
It’s easier to find reasons why we can’t have it all than to do the hard work of forgiving others, forgiving ourselves, letting go of our resentments and old belief systems, and releasing all the blocks that hold us back.
Leadership Through a Transparent Lens
JUNE 10, 2016
Whether a potential leader is a religious one, a political icon, or a corporate magnate, the gold standard of influence remains the same: 1) I am a leader, these are the tenets of my belief system. Fiduciary responsibility is a two-way street paved with trust.
What We Need: Compassionate Compliance
MARCH 12, 2013
to a certain specific belief system, way of working or ideology). Compliance stems from our need to ensure certainty, reduce variability and adhere to a certain structure or model. Compliance may be explicit (e.g. to a certain process model like ISO) or it may be implicit (e.g.
Do you have the character and characteristics of sales success?
AUGUST 1, 2016
Their passion and their belief system is as contagious as their enthusiasm. Here is list of sales success characteristics. They represent the elements of what will make a salesperson successful.
14 Attributes of Great Coaches
AUGUST 3, 2012
Great coaches value imagination and creativity above a code of conduct or strategic system. Great coaches do not force their belief system on others. They know that if a player replaces his or her own belief with the coach’s belief, success will be short-lived at best.
5 Essential Traits Of An Impactful Leader
The Leadership Advisor
AUGUST 24, 2011
It is a public, yet intimate, look into our world view and belief system. The leadership space is a noisy one. There are degrees, courses, seminars, blogs and a list of other things as long as my leg that is meant to help people become better leaders.
Training vs. Learning: do you want to train? Or have someone learn?
JUNE 3, 2015
It's a systems/change problem. We all operate out of unique, internal systems comprised of mental models (rules, beliefs, history etc.) Our behaviors are the vehicles that represent these internal systems - our beliefs in action, if you will. Because anything new is a threat to our habitual and carefully (unconsciously) organized internal system (part of our limbic brain), we instinctively defend ourselves against anything 'foreign' that might seek to enter.
10 Insights from the 100 Most Creative People in Business
In the CEO Afterlife
JUNE 10, 2012
The tendency in any organization is to look for the 5 steps to do anything and make a system. It’s usually where someone’s belief system goes off the rails. Why is creativity so important in business? Because it is the idea, and not the money that drives entrepreneurship.
How to Let Go of Perfection and Pursue Happiness
APRIL 17, 2017
Most perfectionists have been given a belief system — what Pei calls “their BS” — that they once were responsible for someone else’s unhappiness. Ever noticed how the drive toward perfection that fuels our success also ends up running right over our happiness ? Call it the Perfectionist’s Dilemma. Yes, the pursuit of excellence pushes us toward greatness.
14 Attributes Of Great Coaches
FEBRUARY 26, 2014
Great coaches value imagination and creativity above a code of conduct or strategic system. Great coaches do not force their belief system on others. They know that if a player replaces his or her own belief with the coach''s belief, success will be short-lived at best.
Giving Up On Need To Be ‘Rational Always’
NOVEMBER 14, 2011
As we grow, our belief system firms up with notions of what is right and what is wrong. At work, our beliefs further solidify according to the context we work in. Parents who drive kids with their own pre-existing beliefs do more harm to kids than help. Things like passion, faith and belief are mostly irrational. What works and what not. Understanding of data, facts and trends is important because it make us “rational”.
Leading Through Global Tilt: My Interview with Ram Charan
MARCH 18, 2013
What would you advise a CEO who understands the importance of the Global Tilt, but whose board includes members from Northern countries, including Japan, who are risk-averse and set in old-world, command and control belief systems?
The Personal Power of Your Voice
OCTOBER 9, 2013
A handful of business leaders, including Jack Welch , whose drive, passion, belief system and commitment are not simply communicated in their rhetoric, but embodied in the tones of their voices, through their body language, in the very sinews of who they are.
14 Things Great Coaches Do
OCTOBER 26, 2016
Great coaches value imagination and creativity above a code of conduct or strategic system. Great coaches do not force their belief system on others. They know that if a player replaces his or her own belief with the coach's belief, success will be short-lived at best.
Opposite Proverbs: How Leaders Mislead Themselves
JUNE 19, 2013
As an executive coach , I test my clients’ beliefs and assumptions. My goal is to help them find out what they really believe and why, and how individual beliefs fit in with their belief system as a whole.