Creating the right organisational culture and psychological safety necessary to give voice to quiet, diffident and dissenting colleagues is a laudable ambition.
Most leaders, even if they don’t have a “business intelligence dashboard’ will use key data and KPIs to help them manage the business, spot opportunities and improve performance.
People who cannot feel pain because of a faulty central nervous system (CNS) are faced with recurrent high risk and shortened lives.
As we consider the future of work it is likely that two critical challenges will face leaders.
In a recent webinar, Mike Carter talked about the Apollo 13 mission and how leaders in the control room had to navigate a potentially catastrophic, novel event.
Technology is there to not only make life more efficient and effective, it also exists to help leaders “complete the picture”.
Imagine CEOs had an alert system that meant they could react to business issues long before they reached their desk?
Trust helps breed the appropriate culture and empowers and engages people to go above and beyond at a time when we all need to pull together.
Receiving and responding to feedback needs to be that fusion of art and science. Let technology do the heavy lifting.