When can “workers” truly become “leaders”?

“When we tell people to do their jobs , we get workers.When we trust people to get the job done , we get leaders.” – Simon Sinek Adopted from Simon Sinek’s book titled “Find Your Why”

“Who’s right” vs “What’s right”?

A finite minded short term oriented leader cares for “Who’s right”. An infinite minded long term oriented leader cares for “What’s right” with the just cause in mind. This highlights the difference in approach between an infinite and finite minded leader. Adopted from Simon Sinek’s book titled “Together is Better”.

Taming the “problem seeking” rational brain

Three steps involved in helping the rational mind focus towards a goal even when it is faced with a problematic situation: 1) Focus on the bright spots 2) Provide crystal clear direction to reach from start to finish 3) Script the critical moves involved with the above two points Adopted from Chip and Dan Heath’sContinue reading “Taming the “problem seeking” rational brain”

Human brain’s craving for a sense of “purpose”

Adopted from Simon Sinek’s book titled “Together is Better” Our human brain is oriented to feel comfortable given a sense of purpose and direction. Truly great leaders know this scientific fact and hence to lead a “trusting team” they show their team a sense of purpose. Once our brain understands about a specific purpose andContinue reading “Human brain’s craving for a sense of “purpose””