We welcome a great friend of the innovation show, hyper learner and author of “Hyper-Learning: How to Adapt to the Speed of Change”, Ed Hess. More about Ed: https://www.edhess.org/
There are two stories you hear about making a living as an artist in the digital age, and they are diametrically opposed. One comes from Silicon Valley and its boosters in the media. The other story comes from artists themselves. Bill Deresiewicz tells us the real story in “The Death of the Artist”.
What do you get if you throw the following ingredients into a mixing bowl? Wu Wei, BF Skinner Boxes, Frans De Waal, Ethology, Behaviorism. You get that Innovation cannot be forced, it can be enabled.
Posted 2 months ago Tagged "Rank does not confer privilege or give power. It imposes responsibility." Peter Drucker Sadhguru Lion Mouse Cat Panther Sadhguru Mouse story Sadhuru do not give easily story compassion
Whenever we place someone in a position beyond their abilities, it can rack them with insecurity, fear and doubt. In an organisation, power can poison talented people.
Innovators need to communicate their concepts.
Organisations have 5 generations working together in the workplace.
We must be able to challenge ideas.
Gill Hasson is an expert in communication and shares some tips.
Edward Hess tells us the crucial mindset underlying NewSmart is humility–not self-effacement but an accurate self-appraisal: acknowledging you can’t have all the answers, remaining open to new ideas, and committing yourself to lifelong learning.
Howard Ross answers the question: “Is there anything we can do about it?” For those of us seeking to understand and confront their own biases to human resource professionals and business leaders determined to create more bias-conscious organisations in the belief that productivity, personal happiness, and social growth are possible if we first understand the widespread and powerful nature of the biases we don’t realise we have.
Posted 4 months ago Tagged
“A common trend we see is that experts in a field can become dogmatic and […]
As professional communications shifted from physical to virtual, he noticed firsthand both highly effective and utterly ruinous approaches to using video conference technology to communicate and make strong points.