• It often boils down to how you look at your staff
• Curiosity about staff can be transformative for a business
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The ratio of work on business problems to the development of staff can be out of whack, says leadership and executive coach Lisa Koss, co-founder and a partner at the consulting firm Ontos Global of Berkeley.
“We need to be doing more than just solving problem … and instead transform a business issue into development of people,” says Ms. Koss.
“When you look at for-profit business, it tends to be all about … the business results, and not as much focused on how being curious about what people are bringing,” she says.
That curiosity can be transformative, both for a business and its employees, she says.
As the business world emerges slowly from the COVID-19 pandemic, recognizing psychological realities and dynamics is critical to bringing teams together, she says.
Please click here to watch the Bizgnus interview with Ms. Koss: https://youtu.be/DiXZbFUTBgY
• New writers find it takes more than a turn of phrase
• “It’s one thing that writers should learn early on”
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• They are a gift that helps solidify your customer base – if you handle them correctly
• “People remember these things literally for decades”
• You already have something in you that others will pay money to learn
• “It’s absolutely counterintuitive”
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• An open mind state can unleash your creativity, expert says
• “Symbolically, we empty our mind, we get very quiet in order to become receptive”
• Carolina Billings used her crisis to form a new organization for women
• “My personal mission and vision is to increase women’s visibility and …
raditional approaches to getting the right people in the right jobs could be a mistake
• “You have to develop your capability as a leader”