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077: How to Think Systematically in Silos-Driven Organizations

Organizations are unlearning how to think systematically. They face higher complexity than in the past but – instead of trying to make sense of their problems in terms of wholes – they split them down into parts. This is how they reinforce unconsciously silos over unity. They look at one problem without understanding the wider …

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How to Ask People to Change Their Behaviours

How do you ask people to change their behaviours? In my experience, leaders often tend to give feedback to people without being specific. They say something like: “I want you to be less arrogant” or “I want you to have more entrepreneurial spirit”, or “I want you to be more engaged” and so forth. Meaning: …

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074: How to Succeed in a Male-Dominated Industry as a CEO With Verona Frankish

Some of the world’s most powerful businesswomen are quitting. Last week, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, announced she is leaving the company to start a new chapter and follow her passion. Likewise, Meta’s chief business officer Marne Levine is stepping down after 13 years with the company in order to “recharge and prioritize some quality time …

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How to Succeed in a Male-Dominated Industry as a CEO With Verona Frankish

Some of the world’s most powerful businesswomen are quitting.  Last week, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, announced she is leaving the company to start a new chapter and follow her passion. Likewise, Meta’s chief business officer Marne Levine is stepping down after 13 years with the company in order to “recharge and prioritize some quality time …

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3 Things That Set Successful Organizations Apart with Michael Mlynarski, CEO of QualityMinds

I still remember my first real leadership experience. I was in Egypt and was asked to lead a team of 150 people. Before that, I led a group of 5. This was a giant leap. I enjoyed it despite the challenge but I remember how many things I needed to learn and change to be …

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