With everything going on in the world right now we thought it was a good time to talk about what to do when you have some downtime so that you can come out of slow periods, on top and ready to grow. Don't fall into the trap of procrastinating and wasting this valuable time, you can use it to do a business spring clean, take a well-deserved break to recharge or any of the other things listed in the podcast.
In Today’s episode, Kristian explores the work of Rosabeth Moss Kanter on how great companies think differently. Last weeks episode I wrapped up with the six facets of institutional logic which radically alter leadership and corporate behaviour. These facets underpin the research of Rosabeth Moss Kanter and today we will explore them together in more detail.
This week Kristian talks about the difference between a bad and good company and what makes a company great. He explores the areas that he commonly sees being the real underlying causes of success or failure.
This week Kristian explores the causes of failure, and why smart people fail! This episode is full of golden nuggets to get you self-reflecting and thinking. This is a very brief masterclass and I know you will love it! Live with purpose, Kristian Livosli
Today’s episode I discuss the question; What does purpose, crisis, resistance and resilience have in common? I realised the answer to this question only yesterday after my final presentation at ShowUp2020 Entrepreneurship Bootcamp, and I was compelled to bring it all together into this weeks episode.
This week Kristian focuses on how we deal with fear and gives us a guide to overcoming the fear of failure and start using failure to drive you to succeed. If you are new to the channel I would recommend you go back to last weeks episode on the power of failure and how to fail forward as it gives some background on failure and will help you implement lessons from this weeks episode. Please take a moment to leave a comment so we know you're enjoying the content! Until
This week Kristian talks about courage, looking at what it means in a business sense and how to develop it. Nelson Mandala “I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear."