Tue.May 17, 2022

3 Skills for all Leaders to Cultivate – Naming, Framing and Priming

Rmukesh Gupta

Premise: One of the key responsibilities that we have as leaders is to make sense of what is happening in and around the teams that we lead and share this with our teams as and when required. The way we do this could be either through writing (emails, blogs, etc) or by speaking (in all-hands, at events, 1-1 calls, etc). In either case, we need to be careful about the language we use, as the way we use the language has a big impact on what others perceive or understand from our communication.

Novelty Bias

Idea to Value

We know that a lot of people have a bias towards to keeping the status quo. Or if they do see a new innovation which is fundamentally different that what they know, they might see how other people react to using it first before they feel comfortable using it themselves.

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Managing Remote Teams with Empathy

Innovation Excellence

A remote or hybrid work culture requires a new approach to managing remote teams: use empathy and grace to keep your team connected.

Lean Management: Definition, Principles, and Techniques

Kainexus

Lean management, also called Lean manufacturing, or just Lean, is a business methodology that helps organizations reach their most critical strategic objectives. Although it started in manufacturing, Lean management is now used by organizations of all types and sizes.

LEAN 65

Demystifying Intent Data to Drive Demand in B2B

Speaker: Ardath Albee, B2B Marketing Strategist and CEO of Marketing Interactions

Acting on intent data when applied to buyer context can be a game-changer for gaining attention by increasing relevance, which drives purposeful engagement toward purchase. But all intent data is not the same. In this webinar, learn the difference between interest and intent, and the best ways to use the right data.

Closing the Gap Between Leaders and Their Teams

Game-Changer

For an organization to work efficiently, there must be a good and strong relationship between the team and its leader. Chiyin Chen’s study on ‘Transformational Leadership’ shares that this relationship creates better work outcomes and boosts employee satisfaction.

Study 130