Single-reason

One of the key success factors for Leaders is to be able to make choices, take decisions in the face of uncertainty. Clarity is what’s needed to make an appropriate choice. Some decisions at that level may have a complex list of pros and cons. The best way to gain clarity in such contexts is …

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Learning Mindset

Successful Leaders and High-performance Teams learn fast. This is made possible by (consciously) developing and practicing a constant learning mindset – that enables them to experiment, try new things unafraid of failing, focusing on the aspect of learning all the time. It’s further aided by exploring questions such as ‘Is this the best that we …

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Creative Solutioning

When it comes to finding solutions, we humans have always been creative. One of the key aspects of Creative Solutioning involves starting from where we are. Using what we have. The resource constraint in a way fuels Creative Solutioning – starting with what we have, creating a minimum viable product / solution, though it’s not …

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Fun at work

As a leader, is what I do on a daily basis joyful for me?  Does working as a team provide a joyful experience for me and my team members? Fun is one of the most important and underrated ingredients in any successful venture, says Richard Branson. True. It’s important. It looks underrated. What can I …

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Seeking

Your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure – Anonymous. That happens when we ‘seek’ something. And, we get what we seek. What am I seeking? Is my seeking strong enough, am I committed enough in my seeking? We get what we seek.

Priorities

Leadership is about getting the priorities right. It’s easier said than done though. Getting the priorities right necessitates deriving clarity, and drawing insights that are relevant. This requires enhanced Leadership presence. Am I investing enough on enhancing my Leadership presence? #ceo #leadership #scaleup

Drawing insights

Being curious, being open is considered one of the most desired leadership attributes of current times. Invariably this leads to eliciting diverse, complex, conflicting views and information. This calls for leaders being able to interpret what they see and hear. And draw insights. The impactful leaders are those, who can interpret, draw insights from the …

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Consensus

Consensus is considered a valued virtue. Yet, one needs to be aware it tends to lead us to ‘uninspired compromises’, that could adversely impact a Scale-up journey. With smart leaders and managers sitting around the table with own opinions and logical arguments, a consensus may seem a good idea; it may even seem to make …

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