The Enneagram personality system explains the motivation behind a lot of unconscious behaviors. Here are a few common challenges you may face when starting down the path:
Too much of a “bias for action” can lead to a fair amount of clean-up work later. In fact, low impulse control can derail otherwise successful career. The good news is impulse control is a muscle every leader can strengthen.
How do I lead my team through frustrating changes in our department? Some leaders get people through change really well; others end up with disengaged teams. Here are four best practices to help you give your people what they need so your team can deliver results.
Leaders sometimes tell me stories of their “challenging” colleagues and ask for advice for handling them. Leaders are often surprised when I suggest they start by looking at themselves. Hoping another person will change is not an effective plan. Real change starts with us trying a different lens. Here’s why…
Many leaders say they want feedback...at least in theory! Candid feedback shows people aspects of their potential and influence that they may not see otherwise. However, when the time comes for 360 feedback, these same leaders often push back with reasons why now is definitely not the right time to get feedback.