Change Leadership Insights #61
Weekly insights to lead change in your life.
“Power tends to corrupt, absolute power corrupts absolutely.” — Lord Acton
1. This Week’s Posts
Morality is universal, or isn’t it? The lenses we apply distort how we judge events and other people. An invitation to reflect on what drives our moral judgment. A time-sensitive conversation to promote at work and with friends and family. #leadership #mindfulness
Diversity and Inclusion are a top priority for most organizations. However, the road to get there is anything but smooth. Insights from interviewing executives from various organizations. How to move from diversity to a culture of belonging. #diversity #culture
We believe in the power of luck. Yes, success can happen overnight. However, successful people, prepare for it. Are we lucky by design or designed by luck? #leadership #selfimprovement
2. Google plans to make technology less addictive
70% of smartphone users want a more balanced digital life. Here’s what Google is doing about it: Read more
3. More on Diversity
Diversity surveys must consider belonging metrics →BetaKit
Challenges of Cultural Diversity: 29 Experts Reveal their Biggest Challenges →Wonolo
4. “Build a Culture of Innovation” — Transformative Program
Innovation and creativity are byproducts of a culture that promotes abundance and embraces change. This program will help your team ignite and accelerate a culture of change. Learn More
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6. One Quote:
“Luck is being in the right place at the right time, but location and timing are to some extent under our control.” — Natasha Josefowitz
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