Inclusion as a Leadership Skill

The brain works fast.  It is able to consciously process about 40 pieces of information per second.  Wow!  Even more amazing, and potentially troubling, we unconsciously process 11 million pieces of information in that same second.  To survive this onslaught of raw data entering our own central processing unit, we create shortcuts.  Biologically, we exclude … Continue reading Inclusion as a Leadership Skill

Ambiguity

Humans like certainty.  Not just in moments such as knowing that the other driver will heed a red light when your direction’s light turns green.  We like certainty all of the time.  We want certainty that our unborn child will develop without disability or deformity.  We want to know our relationships will last until our hair turns grey.  We want … Continue reading Ambiguity

Momentum

Momentum can be a blessing and a curse.  As a science term, momentum simply states: Objects at rest tend to stay at rest, and objects in motion tend to stay in motion, unless acted upon by force.  Business initiatives, policies, patterns of behavior, and attitudes will build momentum and then remain in the direction that they … Continue reading Momentum