Expert Insights on Intentions
- 9 videos | 22m 33s
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Good intentions have a way of getting away from us, but leaders can't afford to gain a reputation for losing focus. Articulating plans, being aware of your time, and getting someone to prod you when you need it will help you follow through.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Acquire insights on the effect a the leader's behavior on the people inside the organization.Acquire insights to understand that as a leader you must be consistent in your intentions and actions.Acquire insights on the philosophy of intentionomics that is the understanding of "why we do what we do."Acquire insights on why our leadership effectiveness is a matter of our impact.Acquire insights on articulating your intentions through intentionomics.
Acquire insights on why it is essential to clarify our intentions.Acquire insights on how leaders can make sure whether their actions are consistent with their intentions.Acquire insights on the need of practical prodding to remind us of our intentions and to keep us on track.Acquire insights on how regularly performing small positive disciplines over a long term can create good habits.
IN THIS COURSE
2m 6sWe judge ourselves by our intentions but we judge others by their behavior. Others judge us by our behavior; not our intentions. FREE ACCESS
3m 9sWhen a child is born in Africa; the mother writes a song. If the child cries while the mother is in the field the mother feels it; sings the song; and the child stops crying. Employees can feel your intent as a leader. You must be consistent in your intentions and actions. FREE ACCESS
2m 44sIntentionomics gets at the reason you do what you do--and it has an impact at both micro and macro levels; explains David Penglase. FREE ACCESS
2m 28sWe tend to judge ourselves by our intentions; but everyone else by their actions. FREE ACCESS
3m 7sIt’s important to be able to articulate your intention; says David Penglase. It lets people know exactly what you are focused on doing; and why; and it helps develop a rapport with people. FREE ACCESS
1m 48sDo you really know how you spend your day? David Penglase suggests tracking your time for one day--with the intent of being more intentional and creating good habits. FREE ACCESS
2m 42sLeaders should connect the dots between intentions and actions. A plumber doesn’t care about your house; he only wants to know where the leak is. A CEO needn’t talk about his or her organizations; they need only say to employees; “I have a problem. Can you help me?” FREE ACCESS
2m 43sWe all need a bit of practical prodding--some sort of reminder of our intention; to keep us on track--explains David Penglase. FREE ACCESS
1m 45sDo you really know how you spend your day? David Penglase suggests tracking your time for one day--with the intent of being more intentional and creating good habits. FREE ACCESS
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