These studies bear out that undercommunication, particularly about tasks, is detrimental for leaders’ relationships with their teams.
Empathy’s critical, not fluffy – people can tell when it’s applied and consistent, and are hugely put off when it rings false.
By Chally Kacelnik The article: This CEO Has A Better Rule For Making Faster Decisions by Mark Murphy at Forbes What I think: Lots of
Some great practical tips for executive leaders on creating psychological safety.
If you’re worried about being seen as weak, displays of dominance are a sure fire way to embed an impression of weakness.
This is a great conversation, applying lessons from the medical field to leadership in any field.
‘Confident vulnerability means that leaders can own their imposter syndrome by putting their self-doubts to work for them’.