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Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable

If I told you that a machine could inoculate you from discomfort, you probably wouldn’t believe me. But in 1971 in Kobe, Japan, Daisuke Inoue invented a superb psychological device that did just that – the Karaoke machine. He created a machine which intentionally placed people in an uncomfortable situation

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The Power of Change

Aviation is the safest form of transportation. Yet every time a plane takes off, we feel a little anxious. Wind gusts, passengers, pilots, and weather are just a few of Mother Nature’s manifestations. To best manage these uncertainties, the plane is designed with maximum flex. It is intentionally built to

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The Cost of Unaware Leaders

The 4 Pitfalls and 4 Practices Imagine biking down a street in Manhattan in a designated bike lane. Passing on the left is an endless procession of speedy cabs and limousines. On your right, you flash past hundreds of parked cars. Suddenly, a car door opens, you can’t get around

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Building Strong, Consistent Leadership at Scale

From the front line to the C-Suite, employers need great leaders. Most organizations struggle mightily to develop consistent, effective leadership at all levels. Brandon Hall Group research reveals three high-level reasons: They lack an organization-wide leadership model for how leaders think and act. They often conflate management skills with leadership.

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Developing Inclusive Leaders is the Secret to Future Success

Is your organization inclusive? Almost everyone answers “yes” when Brandon Hall Group asks that question in our research. Are your leaders truly inclusive? Only one-third answer “yes” to that. Setting the tone at the top If you don’t have inclusive leaders, your organization is not inclusive. Inclusion starts with leaders

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Bullish on Transformation? Leading Change Comes First

Transformation, by definition, involves change. Then why do leaders pay so little attention to leading change when they are so bullish about transforming their organizations? Many leaders are comfortable calling for change, but not leading it. To be successful, leaders must make a commitment to change themselves and be “comfortable

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Leaders Must Be Well to Lead Well

Most employers invest heavily to develop better leaders and have been doing so for decades. So why don’t more organizations get better results? Why don’t more organizations have the leaders they need to thrive? There are many reasons, but Brandon Hall Group’s latest Leadership Development research shows that most employers

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Experiencing Your Emotions in a Healthy Way

Activating Your Positive Emotions We all experience positive and negative emotions in business and life. For sure, anger, anxiety and loss can be a motivator, but the most powerful motivation forward comes from our positive emotions. Our positive emotions are part of our emotional health and differ depending on life

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Turning Vulnerability Into an Asset

A CEO raised by alcoholic parents develops a keen ability to observe and manage the emotions of his peers. A chronically anxious manager uses his ‘worrying’ skills to sense problems and opportunities before others do. An executive who had testicular cancer early in life uses his acquired empathy and authenticity

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