Simplify

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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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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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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10 / 10 / 10 Check

The decisions we take have consequences. Often thinking (over-thinking) about them emotionally makes the decision making process confusing and awfully slow. The fact is that not all of them have long-term consequences. Not all of them are life-changing! One constructive approach while taking decisions is to think of what will be the consequences, what will …

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Reframing

Being confused is a challenge often faced while on a Scale-up journey. Reframing works wonders in such contexts, turning challenges in to possibilities. For example reframing ‘I am confused’ in to ‘I need more clarity’, ‘I need more information on this, this and this’. Reframing is empowering. Reframing leads to finding solutions.

Simplify!

Simple may sound less-sophisticated. Simplifying may seem trivial. Simplicity may look easy. Yet, the fact is that when we simplify, things get done. As a leader, when we simplify things become clearer – for us and to our teams; when we get clarity, we are motivated to act! And it’s the action that changes our …

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Business Fitness

While on a Scaling-up journey, businesses have a tendency to accumulate fat at wrong places – for eg: fat in the belly. One needs to pay attention, needs to be mindful, that we remain fit and healthy as we grow – for eg: Financial fitness, Marketing fitness, Sales fitness, Operations fitness, Talent fitness… Need to …

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Focus

We might be seeing opportunities and possibilities floating around us in different types, shapes and sizes. Many of them might even look tempting to go for. Saying yes to them may make us incredibly busy. Whether it would translate in to a successful business outcome is always in question. As Steve Jobs said once, if …

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Complexity

Complexity clouds visibility. Complexity thrashes initiative. Complexity impairs motivation. Complexity stymies action. As a leader, it’s essential to simplify; so that visibility improves, initiatives thrive and motivation sustains. How do I unpack my complexities? How do I simplify? A Coach could help!

Simplifying

Even in a world that becomes more complex every day, you have the power to simplify your life and your work. You simplify by getting focused on what matters most; by getting clarity on what is truly important – Joe Calloway. When we simplify, things get done. When we simplify, we are effective, more productive, …

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