The purpose of this post is to inspire you with what’s possible in 2014 and help you re-imagine the future for you and the world around you. he possibilities are endless and the ways in which you can exploit the trends for your personal life, for business, or to change the world, are pretty much limited by your imagination. Let 2014 be the year that you set your future on fire.
Patricia McLagan is founder and CEO of McLagan International, Inc., a strategy execution consulting firm. In her latest book, The Shadow Side of Power: Lessons for Leader, Pat shares five ways that leaders fail and two ways they abuse their power, and seven lessons to be a great and principled leader for our challenging times.
You can rapidly solve personal problems using structured questions. Asking structured questions can help us get into a resourceful state of mind so we can come up with new answers, as well as reveal existing answers we already have inside.
Imagine if you could change a behavior or habit with skill. You can use behavior design to shape your habits or lead change management efforts in work and life. The key is to know the types of behavior changes that exist. If you know the types of behavior changes there are, you can more effectively design your behavior changes, and improve your overall change management effectiveness. Lucky for us, Dr. BJ Fogg, has mapped out 15 types of behavior changes for us.