Our perceptions have natural limits intended to keep us safe. Our mind makes judgments based on limited input which keeps us ‘safe’ and hinders our ability to understand others.
|Emotionally Effective Leaders||Becoming an emotionally effective leader opens you to seeing yourself and others with fresh perspective and renewed optimism.|
|Appreciation Culture||Appreciation Culture encourages leaders and teams to see how differences provide unique perspectives which support innovation and solutions.|
Prosocial intent begins by moving past ensuring our own comfort and leads to positively impacting the lives of others.
|Advocacy||A part of the Productivity strategy, the Persuasion (aka: Advocacy) strategy provides effective means to advocate for yourself and others. It includes a four step process to connect with others and make a call to action.|
|Building Trust||Learn how others trust and examine how you come to trust others.|
|Collaboration||A part of the Productivity strategy, the Collaboration strategy provides a four aspects of connecting with others and appreciating individual contributions.|
|Facing Conflict||When faced with conflict we may fight, flee, or freeze. Here we will look at productive means to navigate and manage conflict.|
|Follower Needs||You lead best when you understand those you lead. Focus on the four needs of followers; these strategies also improve collaboration.|
|Prosocial Assumptions||People want to be safe and happy. To have positive intent, we begin with prosocial assumptions. 3 assumptions help us see the best in others and also their needs.|
|Prosocial Responses||Prosocially minded people consider the needs of others and how to support others. We explore and summarize the 3 main types of needs and helpful responses.|