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Nº 257

Listen to Podcast with Sesil Pir

It was a pleasure to be a guest on our dear colleagues’ Kristen Harcourt and Hari Abburi’s podcasts in the past few months. Thanks for listening. Inspirational Leadership with Kristen Harcourt Sesil Pir on Championing Humanity in the Global Workplace UnPrepared with Hari Abburi Sesil Pir on Decoding Transformations: Experience to Value

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A Call To Reimagination: How Can We Relate To Others And The System Differently

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The arrival of COVID-19 has certainly brought the known world order to its knees. While our global communities are largely confined to home quarantines, our global economies are paralyzed in their value streams. The situation is so unprecedented that one question seems to be on everyone’s lips: “What is going to happen following the pandemic?” Continue reading the original article here on Forbes.

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Nº 255

Announcing New LinkedIn Learning Course: Improve Your Mindset to Shift Your Work Experience

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We are thrilled that our new course on Mindsets is up on LinkedIn Learning. Mindset has a huge performance impact—but leaders rarely stop to see how they can intentionally change their mindsets to get better results. Discover the transformative power your mindset can have on your leadership style and find out how you can identify, grow, and put new mindsets into work. View the course

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Let’s Not Go Back To Any Normal: Why We Need To Redefine Growth To Shift The Status Quo Of Our Work Experiences

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A human being is a wonderous thing. Everything one ever seeks for is hidden in ones’ bodily experiences and yet, the ‘veils’ in front of eyes and the ‘clouds’ over the mind prevents one from reading the deep knowledge within. While one becomes preoccupied with perceptions, assumptions, worldly schemes and desires during stages of development, momentary suffering rises inside and over time, aim to an unknown destination starts to gain value over the life journey itself. Continue reading the original article here on Forbes.

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Nº 253

What Are The Behaviors Of Human-Centered Leadership?

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Nº 252

Why We Need Human-Centered Leadership?

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The Well Of Strength We Keep Inside: How To Build Organizational Resilience When Coping An Unexpected Event

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In the current context of life, we all face trauma, adversity and stress. If you are a person who has experienced some level of challenging life circumstances throughout your journey, you may be better prepared to meet the current world order in your own terms. This is because people, who face unexpected and significant turbulences earlier in their years – especially as children, tend to grow capacity to be autonomous and independent and seek out new experiences. Continue reading the original article here on Forbes.

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Swimming In An Experience Tank: Why We Must Lean Into Hope To Overcome Anxiety

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“A character is the willingness to accept responsibility for one’s own life and is the source from which self-respect springs,” wrote Joan Didion. “Self-respect is a discipline, a habit of mind that can never be faked but can be developed, trained, coaxed forth.” Further, “To have that sense of one’s intrinsic worth which constitutes self-respect is potentially to have everything: the ability to discriminate, to love and to remain indifferent.” Continue reading the original article here on Forbes.

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Nº 249

The Future Workforce Is Whole In One: How Are You Breaking The Patterns Of Gender Inequality Inside Your Cultures

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There are human beings who are joyful, tolerant, friendly, understanding inside our workplaces. They assume no ill intent and meet everyone on equal terms. There are human beings, who work and often at the same time raise children, some take care of their elderly and travel around the world like a light summer breeze… These people as Whitman would say look as if they can “reach forth into the actual world of questions and events, open-minded, sympathetic, frank, natural, good-natured…” Continue reading the original article here on Forbes.

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If It Is Broken, Fix It: Why We Need HR To Take Risks In Building Next Generation Of Leaders

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Leadership has become one of those buzzwords everyone uses all the time and a cliché that doesn’t always spark curiosity or interest. When faced with a true leader, however, one quickly notices there is nothing boring or cliché about the individual; if anything, there is a deep well of wisdom and charisma that sparks interest, attention and a desire to grow from within. Continue reading the original article here on Forbes.

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