Total Ownership as a Leader Series
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- Building an Accountable Culture
- Creating and Maintaining Team Trust
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In the realm of psychology and trauma recovery, the concept of Post-Traumatic Growth (PTG) has gained significant attention in recent years. At the forefront of this groundbreaking idea is Professor Stephen Joseph, a renowned psychologist and researcher, whose work has shed light on the potential for personal growth and transformation following traumatic experiences.
In the ever-evolving world of business, success often hinges on navigating complex challenges, making informed decisions, and inspiring teams to perform at their best. However, amidst the pursuit of perfection and professionalism, a fascinating psychological phenomenon exists known as the Pratfall Effect. Coined by social psychologist Elliot Aronson, the Pratfall Effect suggests that a leader's vulnerability or occasional mistakes can enhance their perceived competence and likability. In this article, we will delve into the concept of the Pratfall Effect in the context of business and explore strategies for leaders to harness their power to improve team performance.
The 2020s have ignited a remarkable revolution in the labor landscape, triggering a seismic shift in the status and compensation of blue-collar workers while casting a shadow over white-collar jobs tethered to conventional four-year degrees. This transformative era is occurring due to many factors, including technological innovations, the evolving skill spectrum, and the burgeoning significance of high-value aptitudes over traditional diplomas.
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