Tag: infinite minded leader

  • How to be an INFINITE MINDED LEADER? Watch this..

    The following video of Simon Sinek educates us on adopting an infinite mindset to be an infinite minded leader in order to be successful in the infinite game of life or business.. If you find the post insightful, please subscribe and watch out this space for more such insightful thoughts.. Come let us pile on…

  • These are the main reasons people are scared to adopt an “Infinite mindset”

    An infinite mindset thinks of the long term without disregarding short term oriented results. Such a mindset can be adopted by only a handful of visionary leaders due to the following major challenges: Adopting this mindset needs to overcome the inherent “fear” resistance of the “devil” or “limbic brain” since our brain is naturally oriented…

  • The one thing “High Performing Teams” have in common

    High Performing teams are nurtured in innovation focused organizations led by infinite minded leaders. While a team is a group of people who work with each other , in HIGH performing teams , the group of people do not only work with each other , they TRUST each other. The feeling of trustworthiness is encouraged…

  • Infinite minded companies have this characteristic in COMMON

    Be it Apple , COSTCO , SouthWest Airlines , Barry Wehmiller all infinite minded companies are : Obsessed with their VISION , advancing the JUST CAUSE and are always working to OUTPACE THEMSELVES Adopted from Simon Sinek’s book Together is Better

  • Infinite minded companies have this characteristic in COMMON

    Be it Apple , COSTCO , SouthWest Airlines , Barry Wehmiller all infinite minded companies are : Obsessed with their VISION , advancing the JUST CAUSE and are always working to OUTPACE THEMSELVES Adopted from Simon Sinek’s book Together is Better

  • Of great leaders and “Just Cause”

    “Great leaders give everyone something to believe in , not something to do.” Adopted from Simon Sinek’s great quotes

  • Rescuing an organization plagued by “ethical fading”

    Ethical fading is a condition in the culture that allows people to act in unethical ways in order to advance their own interests often at the expense of others while falsely believing that they have not compromised their own moral principles. Organizations that are run with a finite mindset where people are pitted against each…

  • What makes “Barry Wehmiller” so special?

    Barry Wehmiller is one of those unique organizations , whose unrelenting focus towards its employees in building a great work culture has reaped rich dividends. Bob Chapman’s focus on creating the unique work culture speaks volumes of his “Infinite mindset” leadership style where he puts people before numbers. Simon Sinek has cited the example of…

  • What makes “COSTCO” an “infinite minded” player?

    COSTCO’s investment in people in creating a unique work culture has paid off in the long run. James Sinegal , a truly infinite minded leader , obsessed with creating “an employee first” culture much against the wishes of Wall Street gurus , has shown again as to how an infinite mindset is indeed the way…

  • Leadership tips for the day – Simon Sinek

    Simon Sinek in his book titled “Together is Better” throws light on some unique leadership traits exhibited by infinite minded leaders , focused on the long term. Leadership is not about being in charge.Leadership is about taking care of those in your charge. Leadership is not a rank or position to be attained.Leadership is a…