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A meta-skill is a high order skill that allows you to engage with functional expertise more effectively.
It magnifies and activates other skills and is a catalyst for learning an...
Skills are temporary; meta-skills are permanent.
Learning a second language gives you a skill, a learned ability. A meta-skill, on the other hand, is your ability to l...
“The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn."
We live in an era of fast change. Recognizing that the work market is not easily predictable and developing our ability to understand and adapt to continuous change is critical to succeed...
Adaptability requires understanding reality, adapting our mindset and adopting new ways of working.
Adaptability is a competitive advantage — it increases your chances to thrive in ...
It means having an accurate view of our capabilities and shortcomings and of how others see us. This is critical to develop self-acceptance, what drives self-esteem, thus alleviating co...
90% of people believe they are self-aware but only 15% of them actually are. That’s an indicative that most people rather than accepting what’s going on, act on denial.
Organizations with a deficit on empathy have inferior collaboration and teamwork.
Being unable to step out of what’s happening to oneself, diminishes our ability to listen and un...
“We cannot solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them.”
Creativity is about exploring new ways of solving problems. As our reality changes at an accelerated pace, creativity becomes a more widespread requirement in the workplace....
To be resilient is to have the mental strength to live under constant uncertainty and keep trying after failures.
Resilience is a meta-skill that can be developed and it requi...
“Results! Why, man, I have gotten a lot of results! I know several thousand things that won’t work.”
Our brains are wired for certainty, in its absence we speculate to fill the gaps. Preparing your team to embrace uncertainty requires rewiring their brains.
Support and coaching are cr...
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Lesson: More than one social identity is examined at the same time and allows becoming aware of issues related to diversity and privilege.
Demonstrate authenticity — and grace. Making cultural faux pas is an opportunity for teaching and showing grace.
Focus on solutions. Awareness encourages motivation toward solutions.
Feedback provides an opportunity to gain insights about a person's personal and professional actions.
Without feedback, we will move in the same direction without realizing our shortcomings. ...
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While managers' objectives include providing a more stable organization of the enterprise as a whole, leaders are more driven by the idea of setting new and challenging directions, that coul...
Nowadays, we tend to believe that individuals showing too great self-confidence behave this way mainly because they are more qualified than others to get a leadership position.
However, it is often soon afterwards that we come to realize that those very same persons are not competent enough, but only rather narcissistic.
Successful leaders do not only have to work hard, but they should also bear in mind the importance that a motivated team can have in the company's growth.
Moreover, enterprises that encourage the development of their own young employees to positions of leadership get to know profit for longer periods of time.
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