Join Henna Inam for an in-depth discussion in this video Develop an inclusive and agile mindset, part of Mindfulness Practices.
- In my executive coaching work, … one of the places my clients often get stuck … is what I finally called the I'm right, you're wrong place. … For example, one of my clients … was having a hard time influencing her peer about … how to grow their business. … She thought that the company needed to invest in technology. … He thought their budget was better spent on marketing. … Both of them thought that they were right, … and the other was wrong. … Sound familiar? … When we find ourselves in the I'm right, … you're wrong mindset, it can slow down decisions … It can even cause us to ignore valuable information … when we make decisions, … because we're so invested in being right. … So in a world where things are changing rapidly … and we each have access to different information, … What's an inclusive and agile mindset? … It's a mindset where we can see our own perspective, … so we can learn quickly from others, … handle conflicting information, … ambiguous situations, and be more inclusive …
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- Finding meaning
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- Preparing for challenging conversations
- Being resilient after failure
- Facing fear
- Successfully handling change and crisis
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