Growth

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Pasteur Byabeza on transitioning to self-management at Davis College

... That means being open and honest with others and ourselves. That's really important, and has really helped us a great deal. Another one is embracing growth mindset. We believe we are a community of lifelong learners - that's how we accept changes, we learn new things, new ways of doing things. See, that'...more
...ccept changes, we learn new things, new ways of doing things. See, that's evolution, we change. Human beings - we change, we evolve. You know, that's growth mindset. We believe we can learn new ways of doing things and that comes from a culture of embracing growth mindset. Another one is drawing the owl. ...more
... - we change, we evolve. You know, that's growth mindset. We believe we can learn new ways of doing things and that comes from a culture of embracing growth mindset. Another one is drawing the owl. That's our terminology, but it means getting things done and learning as you go. So those three together hav...more

Frederic Laloux with an invitation to reclaim integrity and aliveness

... It’s hard. Like that’s another thing that I hear constantly and have experienced myself – it’s tough! You know, what you call in one of your videos “growth pain”. And for us to create spaces where that’s okay. F Laloux: Yeah and I realise I’m in this easy position because of the success of the book. The...more
...“Wow, this is gonna be hard. This is unprecedented, you know, we’re going against 5,000 years of human conditioning in terms of self-management, real growth pains…” And another way to hold it is, “This is going to be the adventure of a lifetime. And this is going to be fun and deep down, we all want this...more
...you don’t have all the answers…” So I also notice that, somehow, it gives people permission when I say that, and I often talk about your video about growth pain, for example, where you say it’s natural to experience some kind of loss, in a way, like to let go of, for example, especially if you’re a manag...more

Aaron Dignan on being complexity conscious and people positive

...rst one is that one of the byproducts of working in a fairly, you know, hierarchical, top-down bureaucratic way, in a market that prizes never ending growth, is that you're very busy and you don't even have time to think. And so most people are going from meeting to meeting from email to email from projec...more
...uence the way you share information? How does that influence the way you structure teams? How does that influence the way you think about mastery and growth? So the goal of the OS Canvas was basically to identify these spaces and now - at least for the edition that we created for the book - we have 12 sp...more
...container - then personal change is bound to happen. And the invitation for it is bound to happen. And the pressures that creates are bound to create growth. I often joke on stage by saying it's not the fish, it's the aquarium. And I think that this chameleon nature that we talked about earlier is part o...more

Nand Kishore Chaudhary from Jaipur Rugs on love, collective consciousness and self-management

...s about what that is? NK Chaudhary: When all my five children joined the business, the business started growing like a wildfire. To support the rapid growth of the business I had to hire experienced professionals but all that put me upside down. I learned that knowledge is power. But too much knowledge an...more
...haudhary uou are a very good person, but a very, very bad businessman. You talk always about love, empathy and that doesn't work in business. But the growth I see in my business in the last 12 years is a surprise to the whole world. And I think it is a global phenomenon when our customers, and people go t...more

Lisa Gill and Mark Eddleston celebrate 50 episodes of Leadermorphosis

...ind of get it intellectually, but then there's this whole, what he calls, 'messy middle', where you really experience: Oh this is tough. There's some growth pain here because I have to let go of things that I'm very familiar with: habits, ways of being, I'm going to get lots more feedback from my colleagu...more